The UCLA Registrar’s Office supports the teaching, service, and research mission of the University. The office is part of the Student Affairs organization and has over 30 staff members to assist students, faculty, and campus staff. As custodian of student records, the office provides high quality service and leadership to the UCLA community through excellence in staff, technology, communications, and workplace environment. Forging the path between student data and technology, the Registrar’s Office delivers innovative solutions and quality services. The Registrar’s Office also operates as secretary to the faculty and as the official record-keeper of the University.
The Registrar’s Office is committed to ensuring the integrity, accuracy, and security of student academic records; fostering a collaborative and collegial professional staff environment; and providing prompt, high-quality, caring, and compassionate services for all constituents.
Frank Wada is the University Registrar and is responsible for the leadership and management of the programs, services, and operations of the office. He leads managers in the planning, development, and delivery of services. The University Registrar has operational authority and responsibility for services in the areas of academic publications and scheduling, academic record services, enrollment and degree services, and student information systems. Services include issuance of transcripts and diplomas, verification of attendance, release of public information, registration and enrollment, collection of grades, and production of official campus publications including the UCLA General Catalog and the quarterly Schedule of Classes.