Our role in your education is quite simple: we keep the records and strive to support and enhance the learning environment by providing efficient and effective services to students, faculty, staff, and alumni. We offer registration opportunities, official academic transcripts, enrollment certifications, reporting to the National Student Clearinghouse, apostilles, and special letters by request.
Our commitment is to maintain records with accuracy and integrity, to perform our duties using the best technology, and to support the mission and values of Holy Family University.
Contact us online, call us, or visit the office whenever you have a question. We’re here to help.
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If a class for which you would like to register is full, you will be able to sign up for a waitlist. Waitlists will start immediately after the maximum enrollment for the course has been reached. If a course has been selected for a waitlist, the “register” button will be changed to a “waitlist” button. If a seat becomes available, the next student on the waitlist will receive an automatically generated email notification to their Holy Family email address with instructions on registering for the open seat.
You will have 48 hours to claim the open seat. The time limit for registration will be stated in the notification email. If registration is not completed within that time, the next student on the waitlist will be given the opportunity to register. Students on waitlist are responsible for checking email frequently to avoid missing the opportunity to register.
For step-by-step instructions please refer to the Waitlist Instructions below. Please note, a hold on your account will prevent you from registering and waitlisting for a class.
For students and parents of Holy Family University, listed below are important policies you will want to read.
Holy Family University does not recognize the cut system. Students are expected to attend all classes and laboratory sessions regularly and may not absent themselves except for illness or other serious matters. Students who have registered but do not attend classes (including students who have decided before the semester commences not to begin classes at all) must notify the Registrar's Office in writing that they are dropping or withdrawing from the course within the semester calendar to avoid a failing grade for the course.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that affords parents the right to have access to their children’s education records, the right to seek to have the records amended, and the right to have some control over the disclosure of personally identifiable information from the education records.