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FALL 2020 UPDATE: The Registrar Office will be available to all constituents remotely, if in person service is required please contact 978-665-4196 to speak with a staff representative and to make an appointment. If you are forwarded to voicemail, all representatives are assisting others, please leave your name, student ID, your phone number and your question. A representative will contact you; students can also email their questions to, and include the same information. 

Important Fall 2020 Course Schedule Information

The registrar staff is here for you. Things in our office are looking a bit different these days due to COVID-19 and the need for social distancing. 

We ask that if you need assistance that you call 978.665.4196 to speak to a staff person. If you land in voicemail, leave your name, student ID, your phone number and your question. 

You can also email your question to, and include the same information. 

If you feel you have to come to the office, the suite will be locked, however you can knock on the door and a staff person will come out in the hall to talk with you. Please be sure to have a mask on and be prepared to stand 6-feet away from the staff person. The office will have at least one person there Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30pm.

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The Mission of the Registrar's Office

As a member of Academic Affairs, the Registrar’s Office’s primary mission is to support the education of Fitchburg State University students and to protect the integrity of the Fitchburg State University degree. The Registrar’s Office is responsible for maintaining the accuracy and integrity of all student academic records, for both graduate and undergraduate students, including, but not limited to, registration, transcripts, enrollment statistics and verifications, major/minor changes, veteran status and support, degree evaluations, transfer course equivalencies and clearing students for graduation and awarding degrees. Located in the Anthony building, the constituents served by this office are students, faculty and staff.