The Registrar's Office is responsible for making sure your academic records are accurate and secure. This is also where you should come for transcripts, graduation applications, enrollment verification and the like. It's on the second floor in the faculty offices and is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. You may contact the Registrar's Office by calling 801-302-2800.
Specifically, the Registrar's Office can help you with:
- Quarterly Course Registration
The Registrar's Office and the Student Advisement Coordinator help students select appropriate courses for their next quarter. Students use the following documents and guides in selecting the best courses to take.
All of the documents listed below may be accessed under the Registrar's section in the Document Download Center.
- Course Add-Drop Form
- Course Withdrawal Form
- Prerequisite Approval Form
- Quarterly Course Schedule
- Recommended Schedule by Cohort
All of the documents or procedures listed below may be accessed using the Student Portal
- Degree Progress Audit
- Degree Progress Audit User's Guide
- Degree Progress Audit Worksheet
- Degree Progress Audit Worksheet
- User's Guide
- Transfer Credit Analysis
Neumont provides free transcript evaluation services for all enrolled students wishing to evaluate their transfer credit options. Neumont accepts for course work completed at another University, with certain limitations and eligibility requirements. See the Neumont Student Handbook, located in the Document Download Center for details.
For transcript evaluation, please have your previous college send an Official Transcript to:
Office of the Registrar
10701 South RiverFront Parkway, Suite 300
South Jordan, UT 84095
You will be notified when your transcripts have been evaluated for credit at Neumont University.
- Alumni and Former Student Transcript Ordering
To order an official Neumont transcript, please click here.
- Student Self-Service
Log on to the Student Self-Service site with your student logon and password to begin.
Through the Student Self-Service site, you can:
- Print an enrollment verification certification
- Order an official transcripts
- View your enrollment history
- View enrollment verifications provided at your request
- Check loan deferments sent to your lenders
- Link to real-time information on your student loans
- Custom Service Requests
If you need an Enrollment Verification letter containing information not available in the standard Student Self-Service Enrollment Verification Certificate, please complete and submit an Enrollment Verification Form to the Registrar's Office. This form can be found under the "Registrar's" section in the Document Download Center. Please allow five business days for processing.
- Apply for Graduation
Please complete the following in order to apply for graduation:
- Complete the Commencement Participation Sheet.
- Schedule a meeting with the Registrar to verify your graduation eligibility.
- Sign the Commencement Participation Sheet and return to Student Affairs by March 1, 2010.
- A $100 Graduation Fee will be charged to your student account.
The March 2012 Commencement Ceremony is for students who have or will fulfill graduation requirements at the end of the following quarters:
- Summer 2011
- Fall 2011
- Winter 2011
- Spring 2012
For more information about graduation and commencement visit the Graduation and Commencement section of our website.
- Student Records Access - FERPA
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), Neumont may not release students' grades, attendance records, or other educational records to the public, including parents or guardians, without a student's written permission. Students who are economically dependent are an exception to this rule.
Waiving FERPA Rights
If you wish to grant to your parents permission to access your educational records, including grade and attendance information, you may do so by contacting the Registrar and completing a FERPA Waiver Form, available under the Registrar's section of the Document Download Center.
Revoking FERPA Rights
You may revoke a FERPA Waiver by signing the "Student Sign Here to Revoke Waiver" box on the same FERPA Waiver document. Return the FERPA Waiver document to the Registrar.
More About Your FERPA Rights
Click here to view a PDF in the Document Download Center with more information about The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.
- Transferring Credit from Another University
Neumont University reviews Official Transcripts mailed in a sealed envelope from your previous college or university to the Neumont University Registrar. See the Student Handbook for detailed information.
Credits Accepted Must
- Have a grade of "C" or higher (pass or fail courses are not acceptable)
- Be from an accredited post-secondary school
- Not exceed General Education credits allowances (and derive only from courses that are academically focused and non-trade oriented)
- Come from an original official transcript. Credit posted on a transcript as transferred from another school will only be considered from the original school's transcript.
- A maximum of three credit hours will be accepted per course
- Labs do not receive credit.
General Education Categories
- Transfer credit for mandatory General Education courses are considered with evidence (catalog/syllabus/book) of a Neumont course match.
- See the Student Handbook for the maximum number of transfer credits allowed
Courses Not Accepted for Transfer
- Due to their unique nature, certain equivalents to the required General Education courses are not eligible for transfer to Neumont University. See the Student Handbook for details.
Transferring Computer Science Courses
- Proposed Computer Science transfer credits are subject to approval by the Provost.
- Final credit determinations are made by the Registrar, upon examination of the course from the issuing school.
- Transfer credits don't always help shorten the number of quarters a student might attend Neumont, but may allow the student to focus more exclusively on Computer Science courses during their time at Neumont.
- Students should check with the Registrar for specific Transfer Credit course information.
- International Baccalaureate Credits
Neumont University recognizes the IB Program and awards credit for scores of a 5, 6 or 7 on Higher Level Exams. To receive credit for Higher Level Exams, students must request the IB Organization to send scores directly to the Registrar at Neumont University. Contact the Registrar for specific information about IB Program credit.
- Military Transfer Credits
Neumont University will evaluate military experience for University credit, based on the Army /ACE Registry Transcript System (AARTS) and the Sailor / Marine / ACE Registry Transcript (SMART) systems.
- AARTS transcripts are available to regular Army enlisted soldiers and veterans, as well as active duty Army National Guard personnel and reservists. SMART transcripts supply similar information for active duty Sailors and Marines, enlisted and officers, reserve component personnel, and separated or retired Sailors and Marines.
- Only courses, training, or military experience that fulfills Neumont University General Education requirement categories will be evaluated from official AARTS or SMART transcripts.
- Official Transcript requests can be made by contacting:
AARTS Operations Center
415 McPherson Avenue
Ft. Leavenworth, KS 66027-1373
NETPDTC, N2 6490
Saufley Field Road
Pensacola, FL 32509-5223
- Advanced Placement Credits
- A minimum of a "3" AP grade is required for any Neumont University transfer credit.
- Three Neumont University General Education credit hours will be granted per General Education course.
- AP examinations, with grades of 3, 4, or 5, may fulfill required General Education courses. See the Student Handbook for a detailed list of accepted AP credits.
- Course Equivalency Examinations
Neumont students who possess knowledge and skills related to specific classes are given the opportunity to demonstrate those skills in Course Equivalency Examinations. This allows students to continue with their course of study without having to take a class they do not need.
- All Course Equivalency Examinations (CEE) must occur in the first four quarters of a student's program. This will give students time to plan their schedules accordingly.
- Students who successfully pass the CEE will be given full credit for the class, but no grade is given. A CEE does not affect the students Grade Point Average, but does count on their Rate of Progress.
- Students can challenge a class, if they have not previously taken that class. Attending the class for even one session constitutes having taken the course for purposes of the CEE.
- Students must score at least 90 percent to have successfully completed Neumont University CEE's:
CSC110 Introduction to Computer Science CSC120 Topics in Computer Science CSC150 Object Oriented Programming and Design DBT130 Databases I DBT230 Databases II HUM150 Logic MAT110 Sets, Probability, and Number Systems MAT150 Trigonometry MAT250 Calculus