Records and Registrar

The registrar is responsible for a university’s academic record keeping and record processes. Some of the functions that are part of the Registrar’s Office and/or the records office are degree audits (evaluations to determine how close to graduating a student is), transcripts, transfer evaluations and student records.  The office maintains address changes and personal information.

The Registrar also maintains a university’s degree, program and graduation requirements, both present and historic.

On the Records and Registrar web site you will find many resources that a student, online or on-campus, may need to proceed through their academic experience at Northern Michigan University. A few of the more popular topics, or those mostly likely to impact online and distance education students, are linked in this page’s side navigation.

We encourage you to review the Records and Registrar site and to familiarize yourself with the site’s A to Z index. A lot of the answers to your questions can be found there. However, if you have any questions that pertain to your student record, transcript, degree audit or other areas, don’t hesitate to contact the Registrar's Office staff.