Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar serves as the official data steward of institutional academic information and student records to support the needs of students, faculty, staff, and alumni at Illinois Institute of Technology. The office maintains accurate, timely, and secure information to support and enforce academic policy, registration, grading, enrollment and degree certification, course information, the production of diplomas and official transcripts, and other related university functions. Our knowledgeable and helpful staff are dedicated to providing courteous and professional service.
Summer and Fall Registration Has Begun!
Registration for summer courses for ALL students (regardless of classification) began at 8:30 am on Monday, April 7, 2014.
Priority registration for each group of students as shown below began at 8:30 am. Classification for priority registration is based on fully graded, earned hours (not attempted or in progress hours).
|Classification||Registration Start Date|
|ROTC, Athletes, and Students with Disabilities||Friday, April 4|
|U5 and All Graduate Students (except Law Students)||Monday, April 7|
|U4||Tuesday, April 8|
|U3||Wednesday, April 9|
|U2||Thursday, April 10|
|U1, UX, UV, US, UP||Friday, April 11|
|Law Students||Please see the Quick Guide|
Shimer College Cross-Registration and Course Information
IIT and Vandercook students interested in taking summer courses at Shimer College are invited to cross-register. For a full list of course descriptions and directions on how and when to register, please review Shimer College Summer 2014 Courses [pdf].
Attention New Students: Update Your FERPA Choices
Contacting the Office of the Registrar
A representative at the One Stop is available to meet with you and answer any questions.
Please email your requests or questions about your student records or registration to email@example.com. Students should use their hawk.iit.edu email address and provide their student number and full name when contacting the Office of the Registrar to ensure that FERPA-protected information is not compromised.
We require you to use the secured institutionally assigned IIT email address to perform transactions that affect your student record or information. We are able to provide a wider array of services to you when you use your IIT email address and it also keeps the university in compliance with FERPA (Family Educational Rights Privacy Act). When you use a non-IIT email address, we are limited to answering with general information.
Enrollment and Loan Verifications
Enrollment verifications are self-service through our secure website and may only be accessed by currently enrolled students.
IIT reports enrollment information for all students through the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC). Lenders download these reports from the Clearinghouse. If your lender does not download Clearinghouse reports, you can print your enrollment verification and mail it to your lender.
Clearinghouse reports are the national standard in enrollment reports to lenders. You can be assured that your enrollment will be reported every term in a timely manner.
To obtain your enrollment verification:
- Log into the myIIT portal.
- Click on the Academics tab.
- On the left-hand side, you will see a box (channel) named "Enrollment Verification." Click on the purple tree icon there and you will be directed to the Clearinghouse website.
- Now in the Clearinghouse student self-service site page, fill in the radio button for "All enrollment" and click on the "Obtain an enrollment certificate" option.