Office of the Registrar
Frequently Asked Questions
- What information about students is public and what is private?
- How do I update my address with the University?
- How can I get the phone number or address of a faculty or staff member?
- How do I register for classes? How can I add or drop a class?
- How do I get information about a hold on my record?
- How can I get a copy of my class schedule?
- When will I get my grades?
- How do I order a transcript?
- How can I get certification of my enrollment or my degree?
- How can I get a Course Schedule or catalog?
- Can you send me an application for admission?
- Where can I find out the dates for the first day of class, spring break, final exams, etc.?
- What is the cost of a transcript?
- Where do I notify the University of a name change?
- Where can I get proof/verification of enrollment?
- Where can I get information on courses transferring from other universities?
- When should I apply for graduation?
- Where do I apply for graduation?
- When is graduation?
- How do I apply for Re-admission when I have been out of school?
Certain information on your student record, such as address and telephone number, dates of attendance, and degrees received, is defined as directory information and is released to the public on request. Confidential items, released only with your permission, include class schedule, grades, and grade point average. Complete definitions of public and private student information and regulations covering the release of such information by the University are given by FERPA.
A currently enrolled student may request that directory information not be made public by completing the FERPA Release Form available in the Office of the Registrar. If you request that your directory information be restricted, no information will be released about you and no entry for you will appear in the printed campus directory.
You can update your local, permanent, and billing address and telephone number by filling out the Address Change Form and turning it in by fax, email or coming in person the Registrar's Office. Please give us your full name, your new address, your social security number, phone number, signature and date.
The faculty/staff directory contains telephone numbers and addresses and is available online in the Electronic Directory.
Register and add/drop during your designated access periods by using the Blue and Gold Connection or by filling out the Add-Drop Registration Form and turning it in by fax, email or coming in person the Registrar's Office.
You can get information on holds by logging on to Blue and Gold Connection or calling the Registrar's office at (361) 593-2811.
You can get a copy of your class schedule by logging on to Blue and Gold Connection, or from your adviser, department, major college, or registrar's office.
Grades are available online at Blue and Gold Connection. Printed grade reports are available. Please submit your request to the Office of the Registrar prior to the end of the semester.
Official transcripts can be ordered via the web, in person, by mail, or by fax. For ordering a transcript, please login to the Blue and Gold Connection or complete the transcript request form. Please see our transcript page.
Certification of enrollment and degrees awarded can be obtained by coming by the Registrar's Office (College Hall RM.#150). For more information, see our enrollment verification page.
Course Schedules are published exclusively on the web approximately two weeks before registration. Catalogs of the various degree plans can be obtained via the web at http://www.tamuk.edu/academics/catalog/index.html.
All questions about admission should be directed to the Office of Admission at (361)593-2315. An online application for admission is available through the Office of Admission.
The official University academic calendar is posted on the Web as soon as it is approved. Academic calendars are also printed within each semester class schedule.
There is no cost for a transcript.
A student with a name change should fill out Change of Name forms for Central Files in the Registrar's Office. Be sure to bring one of the following: marriage license or certificate, passport, court order, divorce decree, birth certificate or naturalization papers (Driver's license or social security card is not acceptable).
Please contact the Office of Admission.
For exact dates each semester, see Critical Semester Dates. It is always a good idea to check with your adviser at least a semester before hand to obtain your graduation check sheet. This form will give you a list of duties that need to be done and their deadlines.
Students should check with their adviser for the appropriate application forms.
Texas A&M University-Kingsville has three commencement ceremonies a year: May, August, and December.
Students should contact the Office of Admission to apply for re-admission at (361)593-2315.
This page was last updated on: July 21, 2014