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Students are responsible for promptly updating the Registrar regarding all address changes. It is essential for the Registrar’s Office to have current student addresses and telephone numbers at all times, in the event of an emergency and for purposes of submitting grade reports and bills. The Sturm College of Law will not be responsible if important, dated information fails to reach a student in a timely manner due to the student’s failure to provide the Registrar with a current address. The Address Change form can be found here.
Students desiring to have their permanent records reflect a name other than that on their original admissions records, should file a change of name request with the Registrar’s office and provide a copy of the official document verifying the change. A name change recorded with the Social Security Office is considered an official document to submit to the Registrar’s office. Students may print a name change request form here.
Please note: students may not submit this information online as original documentation must accompany the form.
Students and alumni may request, in writing, a transcript from the University of Denver’s Registrar’s Office, in compliance with the Buckley amendment. Requests for transcripts should include the following information: the student’s name, address, current status or graduation date; student number; any name change (if applicable); and the appropriate fee. Requests can usually be processed within a few days; however, it may take up to 10 working days to process transcripts and mail them out depending on the work-flow in the Registrar’s Office. It is possible to have a five day turn-around time if the transcript request is brought to the Registrar’s Office. Transcripts will not be released to students who have outstanding financial obligations to the University of Denver. Alumni also should contact the University Registrar’s Office to request transcripts at http://www.du.edu/registrar/records/transcripts.html.
Loan and Attendance Verifications
Loan and other verifications of attendance are made in the Registrar’s Office. Students should submit completed forms or requests, along with a pre-addressed stamped envelope, to the Registrar’s Office for any verification of status or attendance. These will be completed and mailed directly to the agencies. Copies will be placed in the student files.