To obtain an Eastern transcript, you may submit a request to the Office of the Registrar by email, fax, or mail. A downloadable request form is available on our Forms page. Requests should include: your name and former name, personal address and phone number, student ID, dates of attendance, and your actual signature. Also include a full mailing address for your recipient(s). Please allow 3-5 business days for processing.
Request a transcript delivered by email ($5.00 fee per transcript).
If you have questions regarding your transcript request, contact the Transcript Specialist at (610) 341-5856.
To obtain an Eastern Enrollment Verification letter you may submit your signed request to the Office of the Registrar by email, fax, or mail. A downloadable request form is available on our Forms page. Requests should include: student’s full name, personal address and phone number, and last four digits of your social security number. Include the full recipient address or fax number along with all other pertinent information, such as policy numbers. Please allow up to 3-5 business days for processing.
If you have questions regarding your enrollment verification request, contact the Office Manager at 610-341-1379.
In order to change your address, you must submit a signed request for address change to the Office of the Registrar, by email, fax, or mail. A downloadable request form is available on our Forms page. To ensure the security of your records, you are required to supply us with your student ID or last four digits of your social security number and dated signature and to indicate which address you are changing. Your permanent or billing address is the address where the University sends bills and other similar official letters. During the semester, the University sends student related information to your campus post office box, or to your local off-campus address.
A downloadable Change of Address, Phone or Name form is available on our Forms page. The form must be submitted along with 1) a government-issued photo ID in your new name, AND 2) one of the following: Social Security card in your new name, second form of government-issued photo ID in your new name, or your original legal name change document (eg. marriage certificate, divorce decree, court petition).
You may present your form and original documents in person to an Eastern staff member, or email your form and notarized copies of your documents to the Registrar’s office at email@example.com. Electronic submissions that are not notarized will not be accepted.
* Core Requirements are determined by the year the student enters EU
* Major Requirements are determined by the year the student declares his/her major
These requirements will be reflected on the student’s online degree audit. This form should serve as the primary guide for course selection.
You can look up your schedule on myEastern at http://my.eastern.edu/
To use MyEastern, go to http://my.eastern.edu/
Please enter your user name and password (the same for your Eastern email account/case sensitive).
The Student Accounts Tab
Allows the student to view any documents needed by the Student Accounts department.
The Financial Aid Tab
Allows the student to view documents needed by the Financial Aid department.
The Course Offerings Tab
Search for Sections: Allows the student to search for classes by course title, course code, faculty last name, course description, and term.
The Academic Plan - Registration Tab
Student Planning: Allows the student to see their faculty advisor and intended major(s). View the progress they have made, plan and schedule future classes, view grades and search Eastern’s course catalog. You can also access academic placement test scores and unofficial transcripts.
Notifies the Registrar’s Office that you plan to complete your degree requirements in a specific term. This allows the staff of the Registrar’s Office to begin evaluating your degree accomplishments in preparation for graduation.
Enrollment Verification is an official document provided by Eastern University that proves your enrollment status.
The Academic Profile Tab
Grades: This allows the student to display and print their grades for a selected Term.
My Class Schedule: This allows the student to view their current and prior schedules by semester/term.
My EU Profile: Allow students to view their personal information such as Name, Address, Emergency Contact, Campus information, Advisor and Major.
My Accommodations: Allows students to view their approved accommodations.
Graduation Application: Notifies the Registrar’s Office that you plan to complete your degree requirements in a specific term. This form will provide us with mailing instructions and the name you wish to have printed on your diploma. Students should submit this at least 3 months before graduation.
Students should go online to www.collegeboard.org and look at the CLEP subject tests that the Educational Testing Service has devised. Each CLEP test is designed to test knowledge on a basic college course. A successful score is 50. Score reports must be sent to Eastern University (code 2220) for college credit to be awarded. Credit for the CLEP test is posted on the student's Eastern transcript and the course is considered fulfilled. Contact your Academic Advisor for more information.
Students pursuing a degree must complete the online Graduation Application in the year they expect to graduate. This form will provide us with mailing instructions and the name you wish to have printed on your diploma. Students should submit this at least 3 months before graduation.
To access the form, log in to MyEastern with your student username and password, and look for Academic Profile under the Self-Service menu. Graduation Application will be one of the choices underneath Academic Profile.
Eligibility for graduation will be confirmed by the Registrar’s Office via your student email. If not already included in program tuition, eligible students will be billed for the non-refundable graduation fee, payable even if not participating in commencement.
If you have questions, difficulty accessing the online form, or would like to change your intended graduation date, please email Brian Minster at firstname.lastname@example.org
(Please refer to the academic calendar for specific deadlines.)
The current and past academic calendars (including deadlines) may be found on our website under the Registrar’s tab.
(Please refer to the academic calendar for specific deadlines.)
A course that is dropped will no longer be recorded on the transcript. Any tuition that was charged will be refunded. In contrast, a withdrawn course will appear on the transcript with the grade of “W. The ability to withdraw and receive refunds for programs vary based upon the established policies of these courses.
Students are advised to contact the Student Aid Office after withdrawing from one or more courses to determine if eligibility for student financial aid has changed. (See Withdrawal From Course in Student Financial Aid Information.) Please contact Student Accounts for final confirmation on your refund eligibility.
To withdraw completely from Eastern University, students must submit the Exit Interview Form online. Once a student submits the form, the Registrar's Office will review the information entered and remove the student from courses and/or the University at the requested time.
Before submitting the form, students should speak with the Student Accounts Office, and if applicable, the Financial Aid Office, to understand how the exit will affect their billing and aid. Immediately after submitting the form, resident students should contact their Resident Director (RD) or the Housing Coordinator to discuss their exit from housing.
Undergraduate students who need to enroll in General Studies courses should first contact their Academic Advisor. Students may review the How To Register web page, view the General Studies Course Schedule and after contacting your Academic Advisor you may complete the Online Registration Form.
Refer to the course catalog for information regarding drop/withdrawal deadlines.
Please contact Student Accounts (information below) to confirm your eligibility
Student Account Office:
A hold due to a financial balance needs to be resolved before registration can be completed. It is important to read email communications from Student Accounts and review monthly bills posted in MyEastern. For instructions on accessing CashNet for online bills: https://docs.google.com/a/eastern.edu/presentation/d/1Z0RqFWQHO782REGYIH-g3cM4vhdyeOdrW8gQSe8-BxA/edit#slide=id.gd424b766_2_15
If you still have questions about your account, contact Student Accounts: email@example.com or 610-341-5831.
Your grade should be posted approximately (2) weeks after your last session. Your official grade will be recorded in MyEastern:
Upon enrollment you will be matched with a Student Success Advisor (SSA) who will assist you for the duration of your studies at Eastern. SSAs staff the Student Success Center's Advising Office and provide guidance, empowering you to achieve your academic, professional, and personal goals. You may also be assigned a faculty member from your program for academic advising. The name of your SSA will appear on your MyEastern: Student Planning/ Plan & Schedule/ Advising. More information about advising.
Instructors are expected to file grades within one (1) week of the completion of the course. Transcripts are not automatically mailed to home addresses at the end of the semester. You may request your transcript by visiting our Transcript webpage.
A passing grade for a course retake fulfills the program’s requirement. The original grade will remain on the transcript; however, the grade assigned for the retake will recalculate the GPA, replacing the point value originally earned.
A few courses in certain programs are offered in a Pass/Fail format. Consult your particular Program of Study for specifics or check with your advisor.
You can visit myEastern and view your academic record to obtain the most up to date credit status.
Students may calculate their major GPA by listing each course taken, its credits and letter grade. Multiply the credit hours and the letter grade point value for each course. Add the credits. Add the point values. Divide the total credits into the total point values. This gives you your GPA. For assistance, you may contact Kate Ralg at (610) 341-4392 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before registering to take a course at another college, you need to submit a “Permission to take course work elsewhere” form available for download on our website or from your Assessment Advisor. Course descriptions must be included.
Contact Kate Ralg at (610) 341-4392 or email@example.com if you have any questions regarding an application to take course work elsewhere.
Undergraduate students: Currently the only courses that adult undergraduate students may register for online are the General Studies courses.
Graduate students: Eligible graduate students can follow the instructions for online student registration by accessing the Registration Guide for Graduate and Doctoral Students.
Contact your academic advisor to confirm the course requirement. Once confirmed, the Registrar’s office will be able to provide you with the upcoming schedule options. A registration form (provided by your advisor or the Registrar’s office) needs to be submitted to complete the registration process.
Individualized Instruction is the teaching of a regular catalog course to a single student. Individualized instruction is offered only when the University has failed to offer a course according to schedule or with sufficient frequency and it is needed by a student for a critical reason (e.g., impending graduation or job). Both criteria must be met. Severe course conflicts and other student or faculty emergencies may be approved by the appropriate dean on a case-by-case basis as reasons for individualized instruction if no appropriate substitute course can be found. Please contact your academic advisor to discuss your eligibility for this option.
The GPA recalculates Sunday evening. Any grades entered the previous week will factor into the equation.
Instructors are expected to file grades within two weeks of the completion of the course. You may access your grades through myEastern.
Once all degree requirements and financial obligations are met, your diploma will be mailed up to two months after the conferral date: January 31, March 31, May 31, August 31, October 31, December 31
Office of the Registrar
1300 Eagle Road
St. Davids, PA 19087
(610) 341-5853 phone
(610) 341-1707 fax
Associate Registrar for GPS: Kate Ralg (610) 341-4392 (firstname.lastname@example.org)