Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar assists students to ensure they stay on track to degree requirements. Registrar staff can help you drop or add classes, change your major, and apply for graduation.

We’ll help you stay on track to graduation

Every student has a faculty academic advisor to help guide them through core curriculum and major requirements, but the Registrar’s Office can also help students get stay on track to graduation by answering questions, applying transfer credit and helping students add or change majors and advisors.

Academic Calendars

Academic catalog

The academic catalog is updated annually and includes all policies and curricular requirements for graduation. Requirements are detailed for majors and minors. The catalog also includes core curriculum requirements, and a full list of all courses offered for each department with detailed course descriptions.


  • Will payment plans be available for summer session?

    Payment plans will not be available for summer billing. Summer session bills are due June 1 for students registered by May 1. Students may be eligible for financial aid to help cover summer costs. Talk to the Office of Student Financial Planning to find out if any financial aid may be available to you. 

  • How will I get my textbooks for summer classes?

    Students on campus in Spring 2023 may pick up their textbooks before they leave for the summer – if they are registered for summer courses on or before May 1. Students who need textbooks mailed to them should contact the Business Office at or 309-457-2124. 

  • How does the wait list process work?

    If you are able to get into a class for which you’ve been on the waitlist, you’ll be invited by the instructor to join the class and you’ll be notified via email. Log in to the Waitlist Processing program and accept or decline the invitation by a specified date or the invitation will expire and you’ll be removed from the waitlist.