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There are multiple ways to reach us. For the fastest response: Email

Office: Smyth Hall room 1 (in-person service available during posted hours)

Phone585-389-2800 (voicemail monitored frequently)

Fax: 585-389-2612

Mail: Registration & Records Office, Nazareth College, 4245 East Ave, Rochester NY 14618.

Zoom virtual meeting: Staff are available to meet via Zoom. Email us to request a meeting. 

If you need help with transfer credit, advisement, or changing your major/minor, contact Academic Advisement.

Office hours

Fall/Spring Semester

  • Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Summer Semesters

  • Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Friday 8 a.m. - noon
About the Registration & Records Office

We manage and protect student records. Specific responsibilities include registration, grading, graduation, enrollment and degree verifications, transcripts, and the creation and management of the schedule of classes and room assignments.

Mission Statement

The Registration & Records Office is responsible for managing and protecting student records, including campus-wide awareness of, and compliance with, FERPA regulations. The office also informs, implements, and enforces college policy. Specific areas of responsibility include registration, grading, graduation, enrollment and degree verifications, transcripts and the creation and management of the course schedule and room assignments. In addition, the office manages veteran reporting.

In carrying out these responsibilities, the office is committed to accountability, confidentiality, accuracy, efficiency and providing exceptional service. We strive to ensure consistency as staff implement policies and disseminate information, and we pursue continuous improvement through assessment and the effective use of technology. Effective utilization of systems and reporting tools by our office empowers faculty, staff and students, with the goal of increased self-sufficiency related to the areas of responsibility noted above.

The office also serves as a resource for faculty, staff, and students, providing appropriate referrals internally and across the campus on college policies and procedures.