The office performs several vital functions for both students and alumni. These functions include: student billing account maintenance and loan disbursements; preparation of the curricular schedule, final exam schedule and academic calendar; conducting student registration and seeing that all students fulfill the necessary academic requirements; and the certification of students and graduates for state licensure. Notary service for applications, diplomas and more is available.
All transcripts are generated, edited and issued from the Student Administrative Services Office for state boards and any other institutions, organizations, scholarships or designated third parties at the request of students or alumni. Unofficial copies are also available for personal use of students and alumni. The fee is $5, with the first copy provided free of charge. Student proof copies are provided at no cost to students.
Graduation certificates (diplomas) are ordered through and issued from the office for current graduates and alumni needing replacement certificates. In addition, the office processes credentialing requests for insurance companies, PPOs, HMOs and more, at a cost of $15 per certification. The certification fee is usually paid by the organization requesting the information.
The office certifies students for loan deferments and good student discounts, and issues certification letters of matriculation, enrollment and graduation on the basis of student status or academic achievement at the student’s request. In addition, the office monitors international students from the governments and agencies, in conjunction with Financial Planning.
The office processes applications of eligible students and graduates for the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) examinations. Applications are available on the NBCE website, www.NBCE.org, and must be returned to the Student Administrative Services Office for certification of eligibility. The office also handles the enrollment of eligible students in the Veterans Benefits programs.
The Student Administrative Services Office has custody of and maintains all academic student and graduate files. Any student withdrawing from the College must notify the office in writing. In addition to the above functions, the office maintains records on enrollment and the history of the curriculum, and oversees the preparation and storage of archived academic records.
The office also offers assistance with interpretation of College catalog guidelines and adherence to degree program requirements and compliance with College procedures, policies and deadlines.
The Student Administrative Services Office can be found on campus as follows:
- Davenport, Iowa, Campus, third floor of the Campus Center Building
- San Jose, Calif., Campus, first floor, Rm. 210
- Port Orange, Fla., Campus, first floor of Building One
Office hours are 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Our office remains open when classes are not in session, except for College holidays, to accommodate your needs.
The following are links to the College policies, publications and services that you will find useful.
For additional information contact: Mindy Leahy, Registrar