For news from the Office of the Registrar, please select a topic below.
- Fall 2023 Registration Dates
- Spring 2023 Diploma Information
- Enrollment and Degree Verification
- New Students: Update Your FERPA Choices
Fall 2023 Registration Dates
Registration information for Chicago-Kent College of Law is made available by the Conviser Law Center Registrar's Office in a Quick Guide.
We're looking forward to welcoming you to the Fall 2023 semester! You can find registration policies and other helpful information, including frequently asked questions and a guide to self-service registration, on our Registration page. Please see below for information regarding the start of registration and refer to the Academic Calendar for other important dates, including the add/drop classes deadline.
In general, fall registration began on April 3, 2023.
Institute of Design (ID) Students: Registration for Fall 2023 will begin on August 15 for MDes Graduate Third Year ID, PHD-DSGN program students, and MAS-IDMT program students; on August 16 for MDes Graduate Second Year ID; and on August 17 for all remaining ID students. Please contact the Institute of Design directly with registration questions.
Spring 2023 Diploma Information
Congratulations on your achievement! Spring 2023 degrees were conferred on May 13, 2023.
Spring 2023 graduates who have met their final degree requirements and all outstanding obligations to the university will receive both an electronic and paper diploma.
Diplomas are produced after degrees are awarded and will be issued beginning on Tuesday, June 20. You will receive the electronic diploma first and this will initiate the mailing of the physical diploma from the vendor—Parchment. Please find more information on our Diplomas page.
To access your electronic diploma, you will follow the link in the email from Parchment and create an account. There, you can view and share your electronic diploma, as well as track the shipment of your physical diploma. A signature may be required at the time of delivery of your physical diploma.
As your address in the portal may not be the address you would like your diploma sent to, we ask that you complete the Diploma Shipping Request Form by the extended deadline of Sunday, June 4. We can ship to either a domestic or international address and recommend that you provide the location where you will be able to receive mail after graduation. Please note that we cannot issue either the electronic or physical diploma without submission of this form.
Name on Your Diploma
The name printed on your diploma will match the name in the student system of record, which is shown when you log into the myIIT portal. If your name requires an update, you must submit the Personal Information Change Request Form and provide the documentation specified in the form.
Note: This does not affect Chicago-Kent College of Law students.
Enrollment and Degree Verification
Illinois Institute of Technology has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide enrollment and degree verifications.
Enrollment verifications are self-service through our secure website and may only be accessed by currently enrolled students. 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 channel/box 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
New Students: Update Your FERPA Choices
Update your choices regarding the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) and the release of your records by completing the FERPA Release of Educational Records form.