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The Office of the Registrar maintains the integrity, accuracy and privacy of the official academic record for Susquehanna University students.
Monday - Friday
8:15 a.m. to noon
1 to 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. to noon
1 to 4 p.m.
Interested in what course sections are still open? Search for available course offerings.
We've partnered with National Student Clearinghouse to provide online official transcript ordering.
Transcripts can be:
- Delivered electronically
- Sent by U.S. mail
- Held for pick up in the registrar's office
You will need a valid debit or credit card and email account. There is a $5 fee for each transcript.
Four different transcript types are available depending on your type of coursework at SU.
- Undergraduate—For students who took undergraduate coursework, including bachelor's degree seeking, high school dual enrollment, teacher intern, and other non-degree seeking who enrolled in courses for credit.
- Non-Credit—For students who were part of the non-credit English Language Learner's program or who took a non-credit mini course.
- Non-Credit/Undergraduate—Combination of the two types above.
- Master's—For students who took master's degree coursework.
Current students may access unofficial transcripts free of charge through mySU self-service.
Electronic transcripts are only available for students who attended SU in spring 2007 onwards. Those who attended prior to spring 2007 may request paper transcripts.
Each letter grade from A to F carries a designated number of quality points per semester hour. These points are used to calculate the grade point average (GPA). To determine the GPA for each semester, the total number of quality points earned is divided by the number of academic semester hours attempted that semester. (Courses with a grade of S are not considered academic credit.) The cumulative GPA is calculated by dividing all quality points earned by all academic credit attempted.
MySU has a feature to enable you to calculate your GPA online, by selecting specific courses, and also by entering proposed grades for registered or proposed courses. To use this calculator, login to mySU and select 'Transcript and GPA Calculator' in the Self-Service Menu.
To calculate major GPA:
- Identify all major courses.
- Add the credits attempted and quality points earned for the major courses.
- Divide the total quality points by the total credit attempted.
- The result is the major GPA.
The following values are used in the computation of quality points (multiply the quality points by the semester hour value of the course - e.g. a B in a 4-semester hour course gives 12 quality points, a B in a 2-semester hour course gives 6 quality points):
|A||4.00 quality points|
|A-||3.67 quality points|
|B+||3.33 quality points|
|B||3.00 quality points|
|B-||2.67 quality points|
|C+||2.33 quality points|
|C||2.00 quality points|
|C-||1.67 quality points|
|D+||1.33 quality points|
|D||1.00 quality points|
|D-||0.67 quality points|
|F||0.00 quality points|
The following grades carry no quality points and do not affect the GPA, so do not include them in your calculations:
|S||Satisfactory (C- or higher)|
|U||Unsatisfactory (D+ or lower)|
|N||Not reported (final grade delayed for administrative reasons)|
The Office of the Registrar provides letters confirming enrollment (for insurance, tax purposes, etc.), graduation verification and academic standing.
To obtain a letter of verification from Susquehanna University, complete the enrollment verification form or provide the following details: student's name, home address, type of verification required (graduation, academic standing, enrollment), enrollment period to be verified, and name and address (or fax number) to which the verification should be sent.
A company enrollment verification form requiring completion can be emailed to email@example.com, faxed to 570-372-2753, or mailed to:
Office of the Registrar
514 University Avenue
Selinsgrove, PA 17870-1164
Please note that, under federal law, the student's signature is required if confidential information, such as the student's social security number or academic standing, needs to be included in any verification
There is no charge for this request. Processing time is normally 24-48 hours.
If a tuition bill is required, please contact the Student Financial Services.
For more information, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 570-372-4109.
We're pleased to support and encourage student participation in credit internships. Internships can be a vital part of the educational growth and development of our students.
If you plan to take a internship, you must do the following:
- Complete a student-learning contract.
- Have a faculty member agree to supervise your internship and award a final grade.
- Officially register for the internship through the Office of the Registrar before the internship actually begins. (Note: There is a fee for summer internships.)
- Have your employer fill out an evaluation form.
For more information on internships, visit the Center for Career Development.
Replacement diplomas can be obtained for a $35 fee to mail it domestically and a $45 fee to mail it internationally. Processing time is approximately three weeks.
To obtain a replacement, complete this form, print it and mail it to the registrar's office with payment.
If you have any questions, contact email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570-372-4109.