Welcome to the Office of the Registrar
Philadelphia University is a participating member of the National Student Clearinghouse Degree Verify service. This service provides secure automated verifications for current students and alumni. The charge for this service is $4.00 per request.
The Registrar's office offers several options to request your official transcript. Please click the following link for more information. Requesting Transcripts from Philadelphia University.
The vision of the Registrar’s office at Philadelphia University is to provide students, faculty, staff and external customers with exceptional services, resources and support and to advance the mission and strategic initiatives of the university.
The mission of the Registrar’s office at Philadelphia University is to maintain the accuracy and integrity of all student and academic records, and to provide all customers with accurate academic information. The Registrar's office also strives to provide quality services and resources as it relates to the Registrar’s office functions and in accordance with the mission, strategic plan and policies of the University. The Registrar’s office functions include but are not limited to records, registration, graduation, certification, classroom assignments, reports, degree audit, transcripts, federal reporting, academic calendar, course maintenance/scheduling, academic processes, etc.
We encourage you to browse forms, policies, schedules, and calendars, or to contact us directly with any questions you may have.
Contact the University Registrar:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Summer Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(215) 951-2990 • email: Registrar@PhilaU.edu
Juanita Womack, Interim University Registrar
Kelsey Gilbert, Associate Registrar
Timothy Smalarz, Associate Registrar
Victoria Lally, Records Coordinator
Gina Marano, Transcript Coordinator
Nichelle Gladden, Coordinator of Academic Services
Course Renumbering Information
In conjunction with the colleges, all Philadelphia University courses have been renumbered to more accurately reflect content. For information on the new numbering system, including a chart comparing old and new course numbers, click on the relevant link below:
Students may also elect to use our Excel-based Course Renumbering Conversion Tool.