Office of the Registrar

For Students

Support and resources for students provided by the Office of the Registrar cover essential areas such as academic records, course enrollment, degree guidelines and classroom assignments.

Academic Records

The Office of the Registrar serves as the custodian for all credit-bearing academic records for all current and former Brown University students, encompassing diplomas, transcript requests, enrollment/degree verifications, estimated date of completion, post-commencement record changes and access to academic records.
Brown University complies with the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). Current undergraduate Students have the ability to access many of their education records by logging into Banner or ASK (this includes access to admission records available through the Advising SideKick system.)

University Bulletin

The University Bulletin of Brown University is the historical reference document for the general curriculum, academic requirements, and other pertinent information for a specific academic year.

View the University Bulletin

Dates, Deadlines and Locations

A period at the close of each semester is provided for final semester examinations for those courses for which such an examination is scheduled. Two examination periods are held each day.
Visit Page
The University Scheduling Office, within the Office of the Registrar, is responsible for scheduling all credit-bearing courses, as well as non-academic events, meetings, practices, lectures, and conferences.
Visit Page


Discover essential course enrollment information to build and manage your academic schedule.
Academic degree guidelines and requirements for Brown University are established by the Brown Faculty as a voting body and by the Corporation of the University.
Banner is the official registration portal for Brown courses. Students will use the Banner online system during the pre-registration period and the add/drop period each semester.

Graduate & Medical Students

Programs are available for the following advanced degrees: master of arts, master of fine arts, master of public health, master of science, master of medical science, master of arts in teaching, doctor of philosophy, and doctor of medicine.
The Warren Alpert Medical School curriculum has been designed and implemented with the intention of creating an integrated, contemporary, compassionate, and flexible program of learning for our students.