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The Office of the Registrar and Records is dedicated to supporting the goals of the University by providing a welcoming and positive environment that respects diversity, promotes communication, and fosters partnerships. Our mission is to facilitate the educational process by providing quality, timely and courteous service to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the public.
Services include processes related to academic records, enrollment data, academic certification and classroom support, while upholding the institution’s academic policies and adhering to state and federal regulations. We will accomplish this mission by striving towards excellence in everything we do, and challenge ourselves to be as efficient and effective as possible. We are committed to our role in providing a partnership with students for a successful student experience.
Registration for Spring 2015 is now open!
View the online schedule of classes. If you do not have a SSO ID, select the Schedule of Classes option under Guest Access.
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Check List for New Students!
- Log in to MyView
- Check your privacy Settings
- Make Sure your Major is Current
- Make an appointment with your Academic Advisor
- If you need an ID card, 190 MSC, TritionCard office.
- If you need a parking permit, 285 MSC, Cashier's Office
- Text Books, Bookstore, 2nd Floor MSC
- EMAIL - UMSL uses Windows Live as the official campus communication tool.
Important Advising Note
All new degree-seeking students must see an advisor before registering for classes. Your advisor will give you a copy of your degree audit (DARS) report.
To receive an updated copy of your degree audit report, your "roadmap" toward a degree, you are strongly encouraged to continue to meet with an advisor prior to each registration. This reduces the risk of completing unnecessary coursework.