The Office of the Registrar at K-State was formally organized and labeled as such in 1913, with duties and responsibilities dating to 1863. From the beginning, we became the official keeper of all academic records and transcripts. Our most important role being maintenance of the integrity of the academic record—all tasks and functions of the office are related to fulfilling that purpose. The tools and technologies used to fulfill that purpose have evolved and transformed over time—hand-written transcripts created first on age-defined parchment with pen and ink, to entirely machine digitized in sophisticated SIS, capable of being fully transmitted electronically and securely from one computer to another anywhere in the world any time. Thus, over the past 100 plus years, and going forward, the office continuously is of service to all current and former students, faculty, and staff at K-State, as well as innumerable external constituencies.
118 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Drive North
Manhattan, KS 66506-0118
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- Class schedule development
- Enrollment reporting
- Grade collection and dissemination
- Maintenance and archival of student educational records
- Student enrollment
- Transcript production
Our mission is to provide services to all University stakeholders in support of the institutional mission. As the official purveyor of student academic information, the integrity of all student records is maintained from the time of matriculation to beyond graduation as enrollment continues as part of the lifelong learning process.
Common Purpose Statement
We instill confidence by providing a dynamic service-oriented environment of data integrity, influential collaboration, and cutting edge solutions for the global community and the University within.