Find Out What the RichmondCC Registrar Can Do For You
All of our staff at Richmond Community College want to do our best to help you make the most of your time at RichmondCC and succeed in all of your studies. If you need help planning your schedule or transferring credits, our Registrar can help.
Resources from the Registrar’s Office
WebAdvisor Handbook has a complete set of instructions on how to schedule classes, check your grades and review your curriculum requirements.
Student records are like your personal credit history: They need to be current, accurate and checked periodically by each student. It’s a student’s responsibility to properly drop a course to avoid damaging a grade point average and the possible financial aid consequences that accompany dropping courses.
The “Family and Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974″ (P.L.93-380, S513) signed by the President of the United States became law as of November 9, 1974. The law speaks to requirements related to the privacy of student files and records. Whenever a student enrolls at an institution of postsecondary education, the law determines that permission or consent regarding a student’s educational record accorded to the parents of the student at the secondary level is transferred to the student. Find more details in our Richmond Community College Student Handbook.
Transcript Request Forms
The Records Office does not print unofficial copies of current student’s transcripts. Students are required to go to WebAdvisor to view and/or print an unofficial copy for free. Official copies of transcripts must be applied for in writing, and students are required to give the Registrar’s Office at least 24 hours of notice. Learn more about Transcript Requests.
RichmondCC holds only one graduation ceremony in the spring of each year. Students must complete an application for graduation and have their advisor sign off on the completion of their program before the March 1 deadline each year.
Final grades for currently enrolled students will be available on the student’s WebAdvisor account once they have been submitted by the instructor. You should wait at least 48 hours after the semester ends to expect grades to be posted.
A student wishing to change his or her major must see a counselor for approval. When a student changes majors, any courses applicable to the new major will be transferred. Grades earned, credit hours and quality points will be counted in the new major.
Contact the Registrar’s Office