The Office of the Registrar (the Office) is the official record keeper of the College, maintaining a file on every student who ever attended King's College from 1946 to the present.
The Office is responsible for coordinating the myriad details that keep King's academic programs on track, including developing the final exam schedule, reporting grades at the end of each term and subsequent reports based on semester grades. The Registrar's Office sets up the computer parameters that enable this detailed monitoring, making it possible for students to register for courses via their WebAdvisor accounts and to maintain accurate files on all current students. The Office offers a critical service to transfer students as well by evaluating transcripts from other colleges and universities to determine how and if credits from those schools will transfer into King's College.
The monitoring of each student's progress toward graduation is managed by the Registrar's Office through the use of the Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) for all academic degrees and minors. This process includes printing DARS reports and sending them to academic advisors to assist in the academic advisement process prior to the start of registration for each semester. These tools allow the Office to determine a student's eligibility for graduation and in turn help coordinate all the details associated with graduation, such as ordering diplomas, caps and gowns, flowers, procession order of students and faculty into and from the Arena for Commencement.
Other notable responsibilities include updating the academic calendar, which involves detailed communication with offices and departments across the college, as well as working with Wilkes University and Misercordia University to coordinate schedule to avoid conflicts in the use of shared facilities. The Office also is responsible for preparing and publishing the college catalog and updating as needed throughout the year.
Dedicated to Service
The Registrar's Office directly supports the King's College mission by serving the needs all members of the King's community with the goal of helping faculty, advisors and other offices due their jobs more effectively. The Office directly serves the needs of current students and their parents, King's alumni, faculty members and King's administrative offices. The services offered include transcripts for current students and alumni, enrollment verifications for current students, administering Veteran's benefits, providing current student data to the National Student Clearinghouse (used by banks and other lenders to access student status), and course registration (including processing course adds, drops and withdrawals). The Office is open and accessible to all students, parents, faculty and staff members. Walk-in visits are welcome, as are phone calls, emails or faxes.
The King's College Registrar is Dan Cebrick, among whose many responsibilities are planning work flows for current and future semesters, developing reports for other administrative offices, such as dean's list, academic standing reports, athletics reports, and coordinating the updating and publishing of the college catalog.
The Registrar is supported by a highly professional and dedicated staff. Elaine Klukoske, Associate Registrar, manages the development of the master course and classroom schedules. Alix Besecker, Assistant Registrar, coordinates the College's veterans benefits, manages ad hoc report development for faculty and administrative offices, and serves as National Student Clearinghouse liaison. Judie Burridge is the office receptionist and transcript coordinator.
The King's College Office of the Registrar is located in room 100 in the Administration Building. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Walk-ins are welcomed and encouraged. For more information about the Registrar's Office, visit their webpage.