About the Registrar's Office
Address: Registrar's Office, Armstrong Hall, 14 E. Cache La Poudre, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Phone: (719) 389-6610
Fax: (719) 389l-6931
Our office is open 8:00-5:00 Monday - Friday.
We are open regular hours during block breaks and spring break.
We are happy to answer any of your academic questions!
Winter Break Deadline for Ordering Mailed Transcripts
Electronic delivery transcripts can be ordered any time over the holiday breaks. The college will be closed for Winter Break Friday, Dec. 22 through Sunday, Jan. 7.
Winter Break-transcript must be ordered by Tuesday, December 19th
Did you know?
- Waitlists are dropped the first day of a course. If a professor lets you in off the waitlist, you must come to the Registrar's Office and add it to your schedule, with the professor's signature on an add/drop form.
- All students are required to Check-In the beginning of each semester.
- If you see a grade of "GW" (grade withheld), it means you still need to complete the course evaluation in SSB. Once you've completed the evaluation, your grade will change on your transcript.
Mission of the Registrar's Office
In support of the academic and college missions, the Registrar's Office implements, administers, monitors, and supports the academic policies of Colorado College in a highly accurate, honest and ethical manner.
The Registrar identifies functions which can be improved upon, identifies and resolves problems, and defines issues through the systematic application and analysis of academic and student data maintained by the office. Members of the Registrar's staff assemble and maintain accurate and complete academic student data, in addition to the college's current and historical academic data. The staff strives to provide efficient, quality service to students, faculty and other college constituencies.
The Registrar's Office supports the college's mission by providing a welcoming climate to students, faculty and staff, thus encouraging students to communicate freely regarding the integrity of the college's academic policies, by expecting students to be ultimately responsible for their degree progress and to support them in their efforts.