One of the primary factors contributing to a successful academic experience is the positive relationship built between students and faculty, as well as with their academic counselors in Student Academic Services.
To learn more about your academic team for advising, including your role as a student, please visit Academic Advising section of the Student Academic Services website
To make appointments for advising, check to see who your academic counselor is, then do one of the following:
- Call 206-281-2031 to schedule an appointment.
- Click the link on your counselor’s name to schedule an online or in-person appointment.
- Visit Demaray Hall 151 to schedule an online or an in-person appointment.
If meeting in person, you’ll then check in for your appointment in Demaray Hall 120 (offices are housed with Undergraduate Admissions offices).
Registering for classes is an important part of being a student. With advance preparation, you can avoid delays or frustrations when it’s time to register. Be sure to note important registration (add and drop) deadlines, noted on the University Academic Calendar.
Prepare in advance and understand registration steps to ensure you register for the correct classes.
Registration takes place in the Banner Info System. If you haven’t logged in or aren’t familiar with what the Banner Info System is, check out the SPU Account page.
Transcripts and enrollment verifications
Information about you and your time at SPU as a student, including enrollment verification, academic honors and awards, and your transcript (a complete record of the courses you took and grades you received at SPU) are managed by Student Academic Services.
Visit the Transcript web page on the Student Academic Services website for instructions about ordering and downloading a transcript. You can download an unofficial transcript at no charge, but there is a charge for official transcripts.
Information on obtaining an enrollment verification is also available online in Student Academic Services. Enrollment Verifications are often requested by scholarship organizations, insurance agencies, and certain government programs.