When will I receive my diploma?
Mount Aloysius College has three graduation dates per year: May, August, and December. Diplomas are mailed approximately eight weeks after the actual graduation date because grades from a student's final semester have to be evaluated by the Registrar to ensure that degree requirements have been met.
When will I receive my grades?
Midterm and final grades are available on CampusWeb. Final grades are not mailed.
What do I do if my grade for a particular class is incorrect?
You should contact the instructor of the class. If he or she determines that the grade should be changed, the change is initiated on a Grade Change Form signed by the instructor, department chair, division chair, Dean of Academic Affairs and Registrar. Once the required signatures are in place, the form comes to the Registrar's Office and the change is entered into the grade system. The student may view grades on CampusWeb to see the changes that were made. Incomplete grades ("I") for which the work has been completed are converted to a grade via the process listed above. The student has 6 weeks to make up an incomplete grade or the "I" will be changed to an "F."
What should I do if I am not receiving my bills?
Students should check with the Registrar's Office to see if the correct "Mailing" address is listed for them. The Registrar's Office maintains a "Mailing" and a "Permanent" address for each student. Bills and mid-term grades are sent to the mailing address. The permanent address is a "home base" type of address, if the student moves frequently. In most instances, mailing and permanent address are the same. If you have recently moved, please contact the Registrar's Office to change your address and phone number.
What do I do if I am getting notices to pay back my student loans and I am still enrolled?
You should come to the Registrar's Office and ask to have an enrollment verification sent to your lending agency. You will be asked to complete a Verification Form. If you have received a deferment form from the agency, complete the form, sign it and bring it to the Registrar's Office. If you do not have a form, you may request a verification letter from the Registrar's Office. You must know the complete address of the lending agency. Enrollment verification can also be processed and sent for insurance or employment purposes via this same process.