How to Identify Regulations:
Regulations are organized by category (University, Undergraduate, or Graduate) and alphabetically within each category.
Additionally each regulation has a unique two character identifier that identifies its category, assigns a number indicating what order it falls in within the category, and where applicable a letter identifying its status as a subsidiary to a parent regulation.
The University category is designated by a “W” (standing for WOU). The Undergraduate category is designated by a “U” (standing for Undergraduate). The Graduate category is designated by a “G” (standing for Graduate).
For example, regulation W-2c is identifiable by the “W” as a university regulation and the “2” identifies it as the second university regulation and the “c” indicates that it is the third subset of the parent W-2 regulation.
University regulations contain rules and information that are applicable to all students; undergraduate, graduate, post-baccalaureate, and non-degree seeking graduate students.
University regulations are identifiable by the “W” (standing for WOU) that proceeds the regulation number. For example, regulation W-1 the university regulation related to WOU’s Course Numbering System and appears as “Course Number System (W-1)” on the list of regulations.
Undergraduate regulations are applicable to undergraduate, post-baccalaureate and non-degree seeking undergraduate students.
Undergraduate regulations are identifiable by the “U” (standing for Undergraduate) that proceeds the regulation number. For example, regulation U-5 is the undergraduate regulation related to Class Standing and appears as “Class Standing (U-5)” on the list of regulations.
Graduate regulations are applicable to all graduate and non-degree seeking graduate students.
Graduate regulations are identifiable by the “G” (standing for Graduate) that proceeds the regulation number. For example, regulation G-5 is the graduate regulation related to Filing a Program Plan and appears as “Filing a Program Plan (G-5)” on the list of regulations.
Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for maintaining the integrity and accuracy of academic records including student enrollment, grades, transcripts and degrees; eligibility for veterans’ benefits; and maintaining compliance with state and federal laws, particularly the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Contact the Office of the Registrar for assistance with institutional academic regulations. Located in the Lieuallen Administration Building, first floor, call 503-838-8327, or email email@example.com. Forms and information may also be found online at wou.edu/registrar.
Registrar Amy Clark