Academic Records

The Registrar’s Office can assist students with managing their academic records in the following ways:

  • Change of major, concentration or catalog year
  • Name changes or corrections
  • Social Security number corrections
  • Residency reclassification (for tuition purposes)
  • Grades changes (Grade forgiveness, approved grade appeals, incomplete grades)
  • Course withdrawals or withdrawing from the University
  • Official transcripts and enrollment verifications

Forms for these processes are available online.

Note: Students should always make sure their current address and phone number is up-to-date with the University by logging into CAMS.


Students are encouraged to utilize the Schedule Wizard to search for their courses before registering in CAMS.

To register for a course needing permission or an override, complete the Course Enrollment Permission Request form and obtain all required signatures.

To add a course after the add/drop period has ended you may submit a Late Add Petition after receiving department approval. Note: a late registration fee may apply.

Transfer Evaluation

Students are required to submit final official transcripts from all institutions attended before or during their enrollment at Florida Poly. Failure to declare attendance at another institution can invalidate admission to Florida Poly and any credits or degrees earned.

Transfer coursework will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis to determine if any credit can be applied to a student’s selected degree program. Students must earn a grade of ‘C’ or higher for the credit to be eligible for transfer. Courses must be similar in nature and content to courses in our undergraduate curriculum to be transferred. Courses that are remedial, technical, vocational, or unrelated to the undergraduate curriculum are not considered transferable.

Students who have questions about how their transfer credit was applied to their degree should email the Registrar's Office.

Scheduled Course Exams

Regular course exams are typically administered by faculty during normal class times and should be noted in the syllabus. Common, mid-term, and final exams may be scheduled outside of normal class times. The Registrar’s Office works closely with each academic department to schedule exams and avoid time conflicts when possible. Students should work with their instructors regarding any questions of concerns they may have with regular or scheduled course exams. Instructors will work with students to determine if a make-up exam is appropriate. If needed, the instructor will contact the Registrar’s Office to schedule a room for the make-up exam.

Curriculum Management Systems

The Registrar's Office updates the University Catalog with course and program revisions once approvals have been made by the curriculum committees and Provost.