UREG: Registrar's Office at the University of Virginia
   

Access and Update Your Academic Record

Student Information System (SIS) Functionalities

Please visit the Student Information System Help Center at http://www.sis.virginia.edu/CenterHelp/ for more information and direction on the functionalities below.

View Student Holds View your Class Schedule
View Advisor’s Name View Unofficial Advising Transcript
View Appointment Time View Academic Requirement Report
Use of the Academic Planner View applied Transfer/AP Credit
View the Schedule of Classes Update Address
View prior Course Evaluations Update Preferred Name
Add, Drop, Swap, and Edit Classes Update Phone Number
View Waitlist Position Apply for Graduation

Academic Record Access

The University of Virginia only releases educational records in compliance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). The intent of this Act is to protect the rights of students and to ensure the privacy and accuracy of the educational records.

The quickest and easiest way to obtain grades at the University of Virginia is for the student to do so by accessing SIS (the Student Information System). The student has 24 hour access to their academic information through SIS. The student may also order an official transcript at www.virginia.edu/registrar/transcript.html. The University urges parents and students to communicate about academic record matters.

In the Commonwealth of Virginia the educational records of a tax dependent student are available to his/her parents in compliance with House Bill 1058, as allowed within the guidelines of FERPA. Dependency information is collected at the beginning of each academic year. Parents are encouraged to talk with their student regarding academic performance/grades. The University of Virginia has created a process for parents to obtain the most recent semester grades for their student if necessary. Please contact UREG (Office of the University Registrar) for more information about this option. You may send inquiries to ureg@virginia.edu.