Records & Registration

The Office of Records and Registration is available to help students any way we can! See below for services or contact us at (435) 613-5152.

Register for Classes

Online


In Person


  • Log into USU Banner Access. You will use your A# and secure password.

  • From the Student tab choose Registration.

  • Click Look Up Classes to view courses that are currently available for registration. You may also view course schedules for a complete listing of courses.

  • Click Add or Drop Classes to register for a particular course.

You may get assistance with registration by visiting the Records and Registration Office on the 2nd floor of the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center (JLSC).

View & Request Transcripts

A transcript is a comprehensive record of your academic progress, including transfer courses, credit earned by exam, or earned degrees.

Your name appears on your transcript as it appears on your university record. Official transcripts include the university seal and the signature of the Registrar.

Unofficial transcripts list all of a student's coursework but does not include the university seal, the signature of the Registrar or the name of the university. The Registrar's Office does not print unofficial transcripts.

Student academic records are classified as confidential and may be released only with the student's authorization, in accordance with the Public Information Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.

   

Official Transcripts


We do not accept transcript requests by phone or email. You must request transcripts online, by mail, fax, or in person.

Online
(lowest cost option)

Students with a USU Banner Account:
Official transcripts can be ordered by logging into Banner using your A-Number (User ID) and password. Once logged into Banner select student then student records, then order official transcripts. You will then receive step-by-step instructions to complete the process.

* If you need assistance logging into Banner you can retrieve your A# or reset your password from the USU Identity web site. If you need further assistance, please call the USU Help Desk at (435) 797-HELP (4357).

*Please note: College of Eastern Utah Transcripts cannot be ordered through the Banner link above.

College of Eastern Utah Students:
If you attended the College of Eastern Utah prior to July 2011 or you do not have a present student account at USU, you may order your transcripts directly from the National Student Clearinghouse. When asked for a Student ID number you may use your SS# with no dashes or spaces.

Students without a Current Student Banner Account:
If you last attended Utah State University prior to 1980 or do not have a present student account at USU you may order your transcript directly from the National Student Clearinghouse. When asked for a Student ID number you may use your SS# with no dashes or space.

*Students requiring both CEU and USU transcripts using the National Student Clearinghouse will need to order each set separately.

Online Transcript Fees:

US
Mail
FedEx
Domestic
FedEx
International
Fax
(cannot fax internationally)
$4.00 $24.00 $47.00 $7.00

Mail, Fax, or In Person

Download and complete the Official Transcript Request Form and return to the registrars office.
** We require 24 to 48 hours to process a request.**

Mail Transcript Requests: Fax Transcript Requests: In Person Transcript Requests:
USU Eastern 
Academic Records Office
Attention: Debbie
451 East 400 North
Price, Utah 84501
435-613-5814
Attention: Debbie
Jennifer Leavitt Student Center 
Records and Registration Offices 2nd Floor
451 East 400 North
Price, Utah 84501

Mail, Fax, or In Person Transcript fees:

Pick up
In Person
US
Mail
FedEx
Domestic
FedEx
International
Fax
(cannot fax internationally)
$5.00 $5.00 $25.00 $50.00 $8.00

Payment may be made with:

  • Debit or Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard or Discover)
    Call the USU Eastern Cashier at
    435-613-5444. 

    -or-
  • Check or Money Order
    Included with in-person or mailed request

   

Unofficial Transcripts


You may print an unofficial copy of your transcripts and course work online.

For students who graduated from USU Eastern 
(after July 1, 2011)

  • Log into USU Banner. You will use your USU A# and secure password.
  • From the Student tab choose Student Records.
  • Choose View Transcript.

For students who graduated from CEU
(prior to July 1, 2011) 

  • Log into CEU Banner (retired system used only for reference).
  • Use your CEU C# and password.
  • From the Student tab choose Student Records.

* If you need assistance logging into Banner you can retrieve your A# or reset your password from the USU Identity web site. If you need further assistance, please call the USU Help Desk at (435) 797-HELP (4357).

Apply for Utah Residency for Tuition Purposes

Application Procedure | Documentation | Exceptions


Residency Application Procedure:

Application Available:
   Fall Semester . . . . . . .  May - August
   Spring Semester . . . . . October - December

If you wish to have your application evaluated by the time tuition is due, please submit your application and all supporting documentation by August 1 for Fall semester, or December 1 for Spring semester.

  • Fill out the Online Residency Application through USU Banner Access under Student, Student Records, Online Residency Application.
  • Send copies of required documentation to the USU Admissions Office, TSC Room 102, 0160 Old Main Hill, Logan UT 84322-0160, or fax it to (435) 797-3708. Please include your A# on all documentation. You will not receive any documentation back. Please submit copies of all documentation.
  • Check your residency status online frequently to see if we require further documentation.
  • If your residency is approved, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (435) 613-5323 to let them know of your change of residency status if you are receiving federal aid as an out-of-state student.


You must provide the following documentation to qualify for residency:

  • You must be a Citizen or Permanent Resident of the United State and be admitted to Utah State University - College of Eastern Utah.
  • You must obtain a Utah Driver’s License, Voter Registration, and Vehicle Registration. These three items must be obtained at least 3 months before the start of the semester in which you are applying for residency. For example, if you are applying for residency for the fall semester, you would need these items by May 1st. For spring semester, you must obtain these items by October 1st. If you are using a vehicle in Utah, even if it is in your parent’s name, it must be registered in Utah.
  • You must live in Utah for 12 continuous months. You cannot be absent from the state for more than a total of 30 days during this time frame (this includes Christmas Break, Spring Break, and summer). You must provide two different types of evidence as verification, which are:
    • Verification of Housing in Utah: This must cover the full 12-month period. This can include rental agreements, letters from your landlord, or your mortgage statement and a current utility bill.
    • Verification of Physical Presence in Utah: This must also cover the full 12-month period, and is verification of what you were doing in Utah. This can be your unofficial transcripts if you were a student, paystubs if you were working, letters from coaches or volunteer organizations, or bank statements showing transactions in Utah. If you are unable to provide any of these types of verifications, please contact our office regarding other options. You must be able to provide proof of your physical presence for the full 12-month period.

      A typical example would be a student who attended school fall and spring semesters but did not attend school in the summer and instead got a job. You would need to provide the rental contracts for the full 12 months to verify housing, unofficial transcripts to prove what activity you were involved in for fall and spring semesters, and paystubs for each month of the summer to verify you were physically present in Utah.
  • You must be declared financially independent. This means you cannot be claimed as a dependent on the most recent tax returns of anyone outside the state of Utah. For example, if you are applying for residency for the Fall 2012 semester, you must not be claimed as a dependent by anyone outside of Utah on taxes filed by April 2012 for the 2011 tax year. You will need to submit a copy of your 1040 Form as proof of this (the first 2 pages of your federal tax return). If you did not file taxes, we will accept your parents 1040 form showing you are not listed as a dependent.

Note: if you have participated in the Western Undergraduate Exchange program (WUE) or the Alumni Legacy Nonresident Waiver program, you cannot use any time spent in Utah while under either program toward gaining residency. Please contact the Records and Registration office if you have any questions.


Residency Exceptions and Required Supporting Documentation:

Below is a list of some of the exceptions to the 12-month waiting period for residency and the required documentation. We may request more documentation at any time.

  • Persons who marry a Utah Resident
    • Student’s Utah Driver’s License, Utah Voter Registration, and Utah Vehicle Registration
    • Spouse’s Utah Driver’s License
    • Marriage Certificate

Note: The spouse must be a Utah resident prior to the marriage. If the spouse is not a student at USU, we may require additional documentation of their residential status (i.e. 2 years state tax returns, employment verification, mortgage statement, etc.).

  • Dependent children and spouses of those with full-time employment in Utah
    •  Parent or spouse’s Utah Driver’s License, Utah Voter Registration, and Utah Vehicle Registration
    • Letter from the parent or spouse’s employer verifying date of hire and that they are a full-time employee
    • Parent’s taxes to verify dependent status or marriage certificate to verify marriage to spouse
    • Spouse’s full-time employment: we may require additional documentation depending on when the spouse started working and when the student started school. The law is very specific on this exception. You must prove you moved to Utah for your spouse’s employment, not your education.
  • Persons who have a parent who is a Utah resident
    • Parent or spouse’s Utah Driver’s License, Utah Voter Registration, and Utah Vehicle Registration
    • Proof that the parent has lived in Utah for at least 12 months and it is their primary domicile (housing agreements, mortgage statement, bank statements, state tax returns, etc.)
    • Parent’s taxes to verify the student is claimed as a dependent (not necessarily by the parent in Utah, but must be claimed as a dependent by one of their parents). If the parent in Utah did not claim the student, we require the student’s birth certificate to link the student to the parent in Utah.
  • Persons recruited or transferred to Utah for full-time employment
    • Student’s Utah Driver’s License, Utah Voter Registration, and Utah Vehicle Registration
    • Letter from student’s employer verifying hire date and that they were recruited or transferred to work in Utah as a full-time employee – the student must reside in Utah for at least 4 months before they apply for admission to USU Eastern
    • Student’s taxes to verify they were not claimed as a dependent
  • Recipient of State Social Services Benefit
    • Student’s Utah Driver’s License, Utah Voter Registration, and Utah Vehicle Registration
    • Letter from State Social Service program verifying your participation in the program (this includes Workforce Services & Vocational Rehabilitation)
  • Military personnel and their dependents who were Utah residents prior to active-duty deployment
    • Evidence of Utah domicile prior to active duty deployment (i.e. Driver’s License, tax returns, etc.)
    • Copy of student’s enlistment papers to verify Utah as home of record at entry into the military
    • Verification of deployment and re-establishing residency within 90 days
    • For dependents, taxes are also required to verify they are a dependent of military personnel
  • Active-duty military personnel and their dependents with current duty station in Utah (no residency application required)
    • Copy of Military Orders assignment to active duty in Utah
    • For dependents, taxes are also required to verify they are a dependant of military personnel
  • Native Americans registered on tribal rolls of Tribes whose lands border Utah (no residency application required)
    • Proof that the student is listed on the tribal rolls of one of the following Tribes: Goshute, Navajo, Shoshoni, Paiute, Ute, Hopi, Zuni, and Shoshone-Bannock. This can be a copy of your tribal card or a letter verifying your membership.
  • Members of the Utah National Guard (no residency application is required)
    • Copy of DD form or enlistment papers verifying student is a member of the Utah National Guard

      Note
      : Students must re-verify each year to prove they are still active in the Utah National Guard. However, their time in Utah counts toward obtaining residency, so they may apply for residency after 12 continuous months in Utah.
  • Extenuating Circumstances
    • This may include child care obligations or extenuating financial or health reasons related to the student’s divorce, the death of a spouse, or long-term health care needs or responsibilities of the student or immediate family member (spouse, parent, sibling, or child). All relevant evidence concerning the motivation for the move shall be considered.