Article 11: Records, Registration, and Undergratuate Admissions
§ 11-1. Director of Undergraduate Admissions and University Registrar
The director of undergraduate admissions and the university registrar are appointed by the chancellor, after consultation with the Advisory Committee.
§ 11-2. Duties of the Director of Undergraduate Admissions
The director of undergraduate admissions (i) conducts preliminary negotiations with all applicants seeking admission to the undergraduate schools and colleges; (ii) evaluates all high school and college transcripts presented by applicants for admission to the undergraduate schools and colleges; (iii) administers the faculty regulations relating to the initial admission to the undergraduate schools and colleges; and (iv) renders such assistance to the deans of the graduate and professional schools as they may request in connection with the admission of students to those schools.
§ 11-3. Duties of the University Registrar
The university registrar (i) keeps the academic records of all students registered in the University and issues official transcripts and reports of such records; (ii) conducts the registration of all students in the University; (iii) prepares and publishes the class and examination schedules; and (iv) administers the faculty regulations relating to the removal of academic deficiencies incurred in this University and to compliance with probation and readmission requirements.
§ 11-4. Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Admission of undergraduate students to colleges or schools to pursue programs leading to a baccalaureate degree is the responsibility of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. That Office applies policies and procedures which, not inconsistent with policies adopted by the Board of Trustees and applicable faculty legislation, are approved by the Advisory Committee on Undergraduate Admissions.
§ 11-5. Attendance at Meetings of Administrative Boards
The director of undergraduate admissions and the university registrar may attend the meetings of the administrative boards, in an ex officio, non-voting capacity.