Academics are the heart and soul of Bellarmine University. Grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, we offer more than 50 majors. Our distinguished faculty are experts in their fields and teachers the students will remember the rest of their lives.
The following links are provided by the Registrar’s office. This office works closely with the registration process as well as managing grades and transcripts for each student. Utilize the links below to help inform your student as to the procedures and processes followed by the University.
Numerous resources are offered to assist with student success. Encourage your student to take advantage of the resources listed below.
Other Relevant Information
From the Academic Resource Center: Midterm Grades
Professors of 100- and 200-level courses report on students' performance in the form of midterm grades. Primarily designed for freshmen, this process allows students to gain a sense of their overall progress in their academic coursework. Since the grades represent approximately the first third of required assignments, there is still significant time remaining in the semester for students to make improvements by changing study habits. Freshman advisors will review midterm grades on an individual basis with their advisees, making recommendations and offering encouragement. As you discuss your child's midterm grades with him or her, keep in mind the some thoughts regarding several midterm grade "profiles."Click here to read more about the "profiles."
Withdrawal Symptoms: What Parents Should Know about Student Withdrawal from Classes
Each semester when students complete the first big wave of tests, students who achieved a less-than-desirable grade may be wondering what to do next. But before your student decides to throw in the towel and withdraw from the class, it is important that he or she carefully consider the situation. To read important info from Erica Osborne, Developmental Advisor for the ARC, about the consequences of withdrawal, click here.