The Office of the Registrar is responsible for the integrity of all student records. The office conducts registration, verifies enrollment, clears students for graduation, certifies Veterans and dependents of Veterans, certifies athletes and provides students with accurate and timely transcripts. The goal is to provide high quality academic and administrative information and services in an efficient, effective and professional manner to students, colleagues, alumni and the community.
Advisors and Their Locations
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What is the Office Live Workspace Box?
Official transcripts can be ordered in person, by mail or via fax. Transcripts cannot be ordered over the phone and we do not process unofficial transcripts. There is a $5.00 fee for each transcript. Payments can be made with cash, money order, or debit/credit card. If you need a transcript request form, please click on the link provided below:
When requesting a transcript in person, please follow the steps below:
- Complete a transcript request form
- Pay fee of $5.00 (cash, money order, or debit/credit card)
Official transcripts take approximately three (3) business days to process.
When requesting a transcript via fax, please follow the steps below:
- Complete transcript request form
- Pay fee of $5.00 (Debit/Credit Card; please include card number and date of expiration)
- Fax to our fax number: 512.505.3185; Attention Registrar’s Office
Official transcripts cannot be faxed.
When requesting a transcript by mail, please follow the steps below:
- Complete transcript request form
- Pay fee of $5.00 (Money Order or Debit/Credit Card. Please include card number and date of expiration)
- Send to: Registrar’s Office, 900 Chicon Street, Austin, TX 78702
A minimum of 120 hours is required for graduation and at least a 2.00 GPA in the major and overall. All students must file an application with the Registrar’s upon the completion of at least 90 semester hours. A minimum period of one year in residence is required for graduation and the last 30 semester hours of credit earned toward the degree must be earned in residence at Huston-Tillotson. There is only one Commencement Convocation held at the University and that takes place in the Spring.
After receiving the first bachelor’s degree, a candidate for a second baccalaureate degree must meet all requirements for the first degree plus a minimum of 30 semester hours in residence. The second degree must be different from the first and have its own distinctive major. Completion of an additional emphasis area to be added to a degree does not meet the requirements for a second degree.
A maximum of 96 semester credits of “C” grades or better can be transferred from a four-year institution and a maximum of 66 semester credits will be accepted from junior colleges. Students will receive credits for transfer courses but those courses will not calculate in the Grade Point Average (GPA).
Methods of Disclosure:
Institutions must provide annually to all enrolled students a notice of availability of information required to be made available to students under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act or “FERPA”), and under The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA). This information is available on the Huston-Tillotson University website as specified within Policy and Procedures Volume II Campus Community (page 2) .