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Registrar's Office

The Registrar's Office serves USF students, faculty and administration in a personal, efficient and ethical manner. It maintains student academic records in compliance with federal, state and local regulations. The Office provides support services related to enrollment, attendance and the awarding of degrees. The Office also assists officers, faculty and committees within the institution by providing analyses in support of University policy formation and decision making.

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Important Dates

Spring Semester (January 3 - May 19)
Interim 2017


Interim Classes Begin

January 3 (Tuesday)

Last Day to Add a Course/Drop a Course without Record

January 5

Last Day to Request "P/NC" for Elective Courses

January 13

Last Day to Withdraw from an Interim Class

January 13

Interim Classes End

January 26 (Thursday)

Interim Break

January 27-31 (F-Tues)

Spring 2017


First Day of Classes

February  1 (Wed) 

Last Day to Add a Course/Drop a Course without Record

February 10

Last Day to Request "P/NC" for Elective Courses

February 10

Final Proposals Due for Independent Studies or Internships

February 10

Deadline to Apply for Graduation in May 2017

February 10

Last Day to Complete Online Validation

February 10

Summer 2017 Registration Opens

March 6


March 11

Spring Break

March 11-19 (Sat–Sun)

Last Day to Withdraw from a Spring Class

March 31

Easter Break
(Classes convene at 4:00 on April 17)

April 14-17 (Fri-Mon) 

Fall 2017 Registration for Current Students Begins

April 3 

Fall 2017 Registration for New and Visiting Students Begins

April 18

Final Exams

May 17-19 (W-F)

Semester Ends

May 19

Commencement Ceremony

May 21

View the 2016-2017 Academic Calendar

Our Services

The USF Registrar's Office provides the following services

  • Maintains accurate and complete student academic records.
  • Provides customer service in an efficient manner.
  • Enforces university policies in a fair and consistent manner.
  • Effectively communicates registration dates and policies.
  • Provides accurate enrollment statistics for university planning.