Office of the Registrar


Tuesday, Oct 30, 2018

Application for Graduation and Commencement Ceremony Reply

Students planning to graduate at the end of the Fall 2018 term need to complete the Application for Graduation by November 10th. Students participating in the Commencement Ceremony on December 15th should complete the Commencement Ceremony Reply by November 10th as well. 

Thursday, Oct 18, 2018

Spring 2019 Schedule of Classes Released

The Spring 2019 Schedule of Classes is now available. After you click on the link, please change the term from "Fall 2018" to "Spring 2019."

Below are some tasks you can complete prior to your enrollment appointment to ensure your registration goes smoothly:

When Do I Register?
Take Care of Getting Your Holds Removed
Begin Using My Planner
Begin Using the Shopping Cart
View Your Advisement Report
Registration Information
How to Register - Step by Step

We hope you find this information to be both informative and helpful! Here is a link to frequently asked questions during registration.  If you have any additional questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our office at or 319-273-2241

Wednesday, Oct 17, 2018

Mid-Term and 1st half semester Grade Reports released for Fall 2018 Semester

Mid-term grades and 1st half semester grades for Fall 2018 courses are now available in your Student Center. For step-by-step instructions on viewing grades, please click here. It is important to note that mid-term grade entry is not required of faculty. Additionally, while faculty are encouraged to report "D" and "F" grades, it is also not required of them. If you are uncertain as to your performance and/or grade in a class, you are encouraged to speak with the instructor as soon as possible. If you receive any low mid-term grades, it is important you take action, especially if you are on academic probation.

When considering your academic options, keep in mind that the last day to drop a full-semester course without receiving an "F" grade is Thursday, October 25, 2018.  Dropping below full-time (i.e., 12 credits for undergraduate students and 9 credits for graduate students) may impact eligibility for financial aid, scholarships, athletics, and/or car insurance. If you have any questions, contact our office.