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The Registrar's Office is responsible for maintaining accurate academic records of all students who are or have been enrolled at Thomas College; for providing transcripts and other official records as requested by an authorized individual; for facilitating the registration of students and for administering the College's academic policies. The responsibilities support the College's academic mission.
The Registrar's Office coordinates academic activities including course registration, production of grade sheets, creation and maintenance of academic records, certification of students for continued enrollment and graduation, approval of transfer credit to Thomas College and general advising.
Click on this Transcript Request Form link to download a copy of the form. Completed transcript requests may be mailed, scanned and emailed, faxed, or dropped off in person in the Registrar's Office. Telephone and email requests are not accepted. Please allow 7-10 business days for processing. Please call Melissa Rice at 207-859-1108 or email email@example.com for questions regarding transcript requests. Transcripts cannot be released if the student has outstanding financial obligations to the College.
It is the responsibility of every student who is approaching graduation to notify the Registrar's Office of the completion of all academic requirements. To do so, the student must complete the Application for Graduation. These forms are available in the Registrar Office or online. The fee for undergraduate is $95, the fee for graduate students is $140. Applications for December graduates are due by 10/26/12. Applications for May graduates are due 12/2/2012.
Thomas College adheres to CIHE and federal guidelines regarding the determination of credit hours awarded for courses and programs and awards academic credit based on those guidelines in combination with the stated learning objectives as approved through the faculty governance system. Courses that are offered in non-traditional or accelerated formats are approved by the faculty based on a review of the academic plan at the course or program level that includes the attainment of the approved learning outcomes and how they are accomplished in that non-standard format.