The Office of the Registrar supports the teaching and learning mission of the University of Wisconsin–Madison by providing essential enrollment, curricular, and student record services to the campus community.
Our staff is organized into four specialized teams.
Beth Warner, associate registrar
Recording and accessing information on the student record from the time a student applies for admission to after graduation. This can include residence for tuition determination, course enrollment, academic and demographic updates to the student record, transcript production, enrollment and degree verification, and diploma services.
Curricular and Academic Management Services
Will Lipske, associate registrar
Jeff Armstrong, interim assistant registrar
(“CAMS”) Course catalog management; requisite creation and enforcement; Schedule of Classes oversight, support, and auditing; course and instructor data maintenance; classroom assignments administration and support; academic course planning; enrollment controls coordination and outreach; Lumen and MARC implementation and management; degree audit system encoding, coordination, and support; and coordination for campus undergraduate certificate programs.
Compliance, Reporting, and Eligibility Services
Nikki Bollig, associate registrar
(“CRES”) Student record data requests; student data reporting and outreach; determines and certifies athletic eligibility and veterans’ benefit eligibility.
Application Development and Technical Services
Vacant, associate registrar
(“ADTS”) Manages overall infrastructure setup and maintenance of Office of the Registrar data systems, including SIS set-up and processes, project management, identity and access management, enterprise data management and security, desktop support, and network services.
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Maintain the integrity of all core functions;
Develop staff, both professional and student, to progress in their desired career that leads to an enjoyable, productive, and stimulating workplace;
Collaborate and engage with the campus community to ensure we efficiently and effectively meet the needs of faculty, staff and students;
Continuously support the teaching and learning mission of the University of Wisconsin–Madison and embrace the Wisconsin Idea; and
Become a national model known for creativity, innovation, and services which places us at the forefront of our profession.