The Registrar’s Office at SVC provides a variety of student services including, but not limited to, assistance with registering for classes, ordering official transcripts, obtaining degree or enrollment verification, and reviewing a student’s degree audit. Permanent academic records for all students are maintained in the Registrar’s Office as well as course and final exam schedules.
The Registrar’s Office at Southern Vermont College is open Monday through Friday (except when observing holiday breaks), from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and located in Room 375 of the Everett Mansion.
Alan Hatton, Registrar
Marion Whiteford, Assistant to the Registrar
To order an official or unofficial transcript, please fill out and submit a Transcript Request Form. Make sure to sign and date your request form. For an official transcript, include a method of payment (there is a $10 fee for each official transcript ordered). There is no fee for an unofficial transcript. Please allow a minimum of five days for normal processing. Additional time may be required if the request is made during peak times (the beginning or end of a semester). Transcripts will not be sent for a student who has not satisfied financial obligations to the College.
Note: SVC transcripts are mailed or picked up in person. SVC transcripts are not faxed or e-mailed.
The official SVC course catalog can be found here.
Registrar Office Forms
Various Registrar Office forms such as Add/Drop, Withdrawal, and Transcript Request are available on the Registrar’s Office Forms Page.
Online Registration and Add/Drop
Online registration and Add/Drop can be done online using the SVC Student Portal.
Visit the SVC Student Portal here.
Students will need to seek academic advising prior to being able to register for classes online. All student registration will be blocked until cleared by an academic advisor.
View the current course schedules.
Semester Credit Hour Definition
View the Semester Credit Hour Definition.
Cross Registration (HMACU Consortium)
Southern Vermont College is member of the Hudson Mohawk Association of Colleges and Universities (a consortium of colleges and universities located in upstate New York, western Massachusetts and southern Vermont). Full-time matriculated students may take courses offered at a member institution. For more information see: Cross Registration
Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)
FERPA affords SVC students certain rights with respect to their education records. Read more.
Office of Institutional and Enrollment Research
The Office of Institutional and Enrollment Research collects and analyzes information about the College. This data ranges from Admissions statistics to graduation rates, and is used to help tell the unique story of Southern Vermont College in a data-driven manner.
Emma Piazza, Director of Institutional and Enrollment Research