Your years at Thiel College will afford you the opportunity to work closely with dedicated faculty and other students, to learn to think critically and solve problems. But Thiel’s commitment to you does not end there.
The Academic Records Office offers a number of services for our students, alumni, administration, faculty and staff, including:
Independent study and/or special projects can be undertaken with the approval of a faculty member. These forms can be found in the Academic Records Office.
Accepted incoming students: Accepted students will register for classes during scheduled registration days.
Current Thiel students: Registration occurs each semester online through Self-Service. Registration opens for each class at designated times, with seniors preregistering first, followed by juniors and then sophomores. Check the Academic Calendar (2013-14) for your designated registration start. Schedule an appointment with your academic adviser prior to registration to discuss your courses.
Student academic records are maintained in the Academic Records Office in Roth Hall. The reproduction and sending of transcripts/records are governed by federal legislation (under Section 438 of the Family Education Rights to Privacy Act of 1974 as amended). Transcripts will not be released without written permission from the student.
Frequently employers, insurance companies, lending institutions, etc. ask for student enrollment verifications. Forms for student enrollment documentation or requests for letters documenting student enrollment should be sent, along with all pertinent information, directly to the registrar.
Advanced placement and/or credits may be granted to entering students under the following programs.
Summer session at Thiel College includes a limited, but intensive slate of courses that offer the same high-quality instruction as regular academic year courses, but are smaller, less formal and encourage increased interaction between students and faculty.
Whether you’re a student from another college, a Thiel student looking to get ahead for the upcoming year, a college-bound high school student looking to get a jump on earning college credit or just looking to delve more deeply into a topic, a summer session at Thiel College might be just what you’re looking for.
Courses are offered in May, June and July. There are also online and evening options. For more information, check back in the spring.
To formally withdraw from Thiel, a student must secure the proper form from our office and file the completed form with the registrar. Any student who officially withdraws while in good academic standing may return to Thiel by writing a letter to the registrar requesting readmission.
Please note: Any student who is accepted for readmission must meet all College and departmental requirements as stated in the academic catalog at the time of readmission.
Students who withdraw while on probation or who have been academically suspended may apply for readmission by writing a letter to the registrar. This letter must include:
The Academic Standing Committee will review the petition and determine whether readmission is warranted.
Under Section 438 of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended, all students, and parents of minor students are provided the opportunity to review the student’s educational record and to seek correction of information contained in those records.
Furthermore, disclosure of information from student records will be limited to professional staff of the College and those persons designated through written request by the student.
Roth Memorial Hall