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Registration & Resources

The Office of the Registrar is responsible for registration, academic records, examinations, degree audits, certificate requirements, transcripts, enrollment verifications, and law school room reservations.

Law Registrar
Kendrick Hall, 220
(415) 422-6778
Email Us

Academic Calendar

Please click the link below to access important holidays, academic dates, and Registrar deadlines.

Course Resources


When classes are in session:

M-Th: 8:30AM-7PM
Fri: 8:30AM-5PM

The Registrar maintains a collection of materials relevant to student coursework. These materials include:

When it's time to register for classes, this section contains materials related to registration as well as updates on wait lists and registration addendums. 


During final examinations, this section contains pertinent materials regarding examination schedules, policies and procedures.

Grading Deadlines & Viewing Grades

Grades are viewable in USF Connect on the business day after posting.  The Registrar's Office posts grades daily and as quickly as possible. If necessary, the office will close for segments of the work day to expedite grade posting. 

Semester Cumulative Grade Point Average Cut-Offs
Individual numerical class ranking is not computed.  However, the law school does provide to students statistical information concerning the performance of each class.  At the conclusion of each semester the Registrar's Office determines and provides to students information about the cumulative grade point average "cut-off" for the following percentages of each of the class groupings: the top 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 33%, 50%, 60%, and 80%.  

Registrar Forms

The Registrar has compiled a list of important documents and forms students will need throughout their years at the law school. This section contains academic, administrative, registration and scheduling related documents.