The University Registrar is responsible for student records, including transcripts and diplomas. Students may contact the Registrar’s office for anything related to student records, including registering for classes, class scheduling, requesting credit transfers, requesting official and unofficial transcripts, and applying to graduate.
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Please see below for Registrar’s office forms and click on them to download.
The Office of the Registrar is pleased to offer an online Transcript Ordering Process to provide alumni and current students with efficient, accurate and speedy service for ordering and receiving transcripts.
Students who plan to be absent from the university must fill this form and have it approved by the program director. Students who begin a leave of absence during a semester prior to the eighth week will be assigned a grade of “W.” If a student takes a leave of absence after the eighth week of the semester, he or she will receive a failing grade. The maximum permitted duration of an approved leave of absence is normally one academic year.
BAU strives to fully comply with The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Public Law 93-380, Section 438 of the General Education Provision Act, by protecting the privacy of student records and judiciously evaluating requests for release of information from those records. Students who wish to allow a third party to access their academic records may do so only by completing a FERPA Waiver Form. Please contact our Registrar with this form.
If you had a recent change of address, phone number, email address or any kind of contact details, please contact our Registrar with this form.
This form constitutes an official written notice for the purpose to withdraw a course offered at Bay Atlantic University, Washington D.C. The official withdrawal date, for the purpose of a refund calculation, will be taken from the date the written notice is received by BAU.
Students who wish to graduate from Bay Atlantic University must fill out the form below and get signatures of the school officials mentioned in this form.
Bay Atlantic University’s faculty members strive to conduct fair and just performance evaluations of students’ academic work and scholarly success. The following are examples of appropriate reasons for grade changes:
Arithmetical errors or typos;
Coursework submitted was excluded in grade calculation;
Grading appears to be based on impermissible factors such as discrimination, bias, or-retaliation.
A student who believes that his/her efforts and achievement have not been reflected by the final grade obtained may file a grade appeal by filling the Grade Change Appeal Form within two weeks of receiving the grade. Similarly, a faculty can also claim an error and want to complete the same form and submit it to the Registrar’s office with supporting documentation. The student’s appeal is first received by the faculty member who has offered the course. If the issue remains unresolved after the faculty member’s review of the appeal, then the student may appeal in writing to the Dean of Academics within seven (7) days of the faculty member’s decision.
If a student wishes to change a major, the student must first meet with the Academic Advisor for advising and then submit a Change of Major Form.
This form constitutes an official written notice for the purpose to withdraw from Bay Atlantic University Washington D.C. The official withdrawal date, for the purpose of a refund calculation, will be taken from the date the written notice is received by BAU.
BAU follows the calculation methods to report the job placement rates as follows: (Placed by job title + Placed by skills + Placed by benefit of training) / ((Completers + Graduates)-(Exemptions))
A student who has been dismissed from the university may fill out the Re-enrollment Form to be readmitted. In order to be considered for readmission, the student must submit a written petition which describes the changes in behavior or circumstance that will result in improved academic performance.
The readmission petition must be forwarded to the Dean of Academics at least two weeks before the beginning of the semester for which the student requests readmission. The Dean and the Registrar will determine if the student has demonstrated likelihood for future success in the program of study. If not, the student will not be readmitted.
This form constitutes an official written notice for the purpose to transfer-out from Bay Atlantic University Washington D.C. The official transfer-out date, for the purpose of a refund calculation, will be taken from the date the written notice is received by BAU.