Office Hours
  Monday - Friday  8:00AM to 4:30PM
 (501) 977-2052  -  Fax (501) 354-7566
Nancy Sullivan, Administrative Specialist 
Tracy Kendrick, Assistant Registrar

  Justin Brand, Associate Registrar 
Linda Holland, Registrar 

Enrollment Verifications

The University of Arkansas at Morrilton has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to act as our agent for all verifications of student enrollment. Please visit the Clearinghouse online at or contact them by phone at 703-742-4200.

Transfer Equivalency List

Click here to see how courses may transfer to UACCM from other institutions.

Transcript Request

We now offer multiple ways of requesting a transcripts.

In person requests at the Registrar’s Office in room 215 of the University Center Building.  To pick up paper transcripts, students must show a Photo ID.  There is no charge for this type of request

Request by fax, email or mail.  Complete and sign a Transcript Request Form and submit the form to the Registrar’s Office.  There is no charge for this type of request.

Online for email options - using the online option to request a transcript is a convenient and easy way to order a digital version that can be sent to one's self, another university, or an employer. Ordering online also provides an option to request a transcript for pick up at the UACCM Registrar's Office. Note: there is a small processing fee with each request as well as an electronic PDF fee if requesting a digital version.

For pick up by another, the person picking up the transcript must provide a Transcript Request Form or authorization form signed by the student giving them permission to pick up the transcript.  They must also show a Photo ID at time of pick-up.  There is no charge for this type of request.


UACCM Registrar’s Office                             Fax: 501-354-7566                                 

1537 University Blvd.                                  Email:

Morrilton, AR 72110

Academic Suspension Appeals

To appeal your academic suspension or second suspension to the Academic Standards Committee, use the link above.  If you have difficulty with the link, please contact The Registrar's Office (UC 215) at 501-977-2052. 
  • Submit completed appeal form using the link above.
  • You may attach any supporting documents or drop off supporting documents in the Registrar's Office (UC 215).
  • Appeals for the Fall 2023 semester must be received by noon on Wednesday, August 16, 2023.
  • The Academic Standards Committee will meet at 10:00 AM on Thursday, August 17, 2023 to review all written appeals.  Students wishing to attend this meeting should check-in by 9:50 AM in the Registrar's Office in UC 215.  

Academic Withdrawal Appeals

If you have been Administratively Withdrawn by your Instructor, you only have seven (7) days from the date of emailed notice to appeal.

Administrative Withdrawal Appeal Form

  • Submit completed appeal form using the link above.
  • You may attach any supporting documents or drop off supporting documents in the Registrar's Office (UC 215).
  • Once you have submitted your appeal, you can and "should" participate in class until the appeal has been heard.
  • The committee meets once per week (Thursday morning) to review the appeals.
  • Students will be contacted with the results.  

Final Grade Appeals

Students wishing to appeal a grade they have received must contact the Registrar within 30 days of the end of the term/semester in which the grade in question was recorded.

Final Grade Appeal Form

  • Appeal must be submitted to the Registrar in writing stating the nature of the complaint. 
  • After verification, the registrar will refer the appeal to the Dean for further investigation.
  • The Dean will report the findings to the Registrar's Office within 15 days.
  • The Registrar will notify the student of the decision.

Change of Major

Once received, this Change of Major form will be processed and information forwarded to the Academic Advising Center and Financial Aid offices. 

* If you received financial aid, please check with them first to see how it might affect your aid.

* The Academic Advising Center will assign your new advisor as quickly as possible. 

Drops and Withdrawals

"Drops" are for courses that have not yet begun or have been dropped before the official census date and will not appear on your transcript.

The official census date for Fall will be   September 7, 2023.

"Withdrawals" are for current semester courses and will appear on your transcript with a grade of "W."

September 28th will be the last day for "withdrawals" from the Fall (8W1) courses.

November 29th will be the last day for "withdrawals" from Fall (8W2) & remaining full-term courses.

If you need to drop or withdrawal from a course, please follow these simple steps.

1.  Talk to your instructor to make sure everything has been graded or so see if there are enough points left to pull a grade up.  

2.  Talk with your advisor to see how it will affect your graduation time frame.  Some courses are only offered in the fall, or only offered in the spring.  Dropping specific courses could delay your completion by additional semesters.  

3.  If you have any type of state aid, federal aid or scholarships, please stop by or call our Financial Aid Office at 501-977-2055 before completing the form below.  They can provide you with valuable information on how the drop may affect your current and future eligibilities.   

4. To submit a drop/withdrawal just click the link below and complete with your information.  Forms are processed daily.    

     Course Drop-Withdrawal Form          

5.  If dropping or withdrawing from multiple semesters, please submit separate forms for each term. 

6.  If you do not have internet access at home or on your smart phone, you can use one of the many computers on campus or stop by the Registrar's Office in UC 215.  

7.  If you are on a payment plan or will have financial aid repay, stop by or call to talk with the Business Office at 501-977-2045.


 If you have any questions about this process, please call us at 501-977-2052.  

Student Forms

Students who begin attending college within six months of moving to Arkansas may be charged at the Out-of-State tuition rate.  In order to apply for In-State Residency, you must supply proof that you intend to make Arkansas your home.  In-State tuition rates may only be given to students who are U.S. Citizens or have Permanent Resident status.

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Transcripts are evaluated for general education credit by the Registrar's Office and credit is posted to your UACCM transcript upon admission.  Credit for technical areas and/or course substitutions may be requested. 
** All course transfer/substitution forms require the approval from your Advisor, Dean and the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs before the form will be processed by the Registrar's Office.     
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If your original diploma has been lost or destroyed, you may use this form to request another.  

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Transfer students may elect to transfer in a maximum of 2 courses with grades of D's from other nationally accredited institutions.  If interested, please complete this form and submit it to the Registrar's Office located in UC 215.

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This form must be completed and signed by a student who wishes to give access to another person (family member, spouse, etc.).  It should be submitted to the Registrar's Office in person with proof of identification.  

Students taking all web courses, may contact the Registrar's Office at (501)977-2048 for an alternative method of delivery. 

This form will cover the 2023-24 school year and expires on July 31, 2024.

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Because we recognize that not all learning takes place in a traditional classroom, please use this form when requesting prior learning credit.  
** This form should be submitted for approval from the Dean and the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs before the form will be processed by the Registrar's Office.   
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This form is used to obtain copies of other documents contained in the student file such as: Immunization Records, Test Scores, unofficial copies of High School  transcripts…etc.   (Please note: UACCM transcripts must be requested using a transcript request form.)

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Correct or change your SSN, name, address, or phone number

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Used by a student to allow a third-party to act as his/her agent during the registration process.

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 See Transcript Request section for instructions.

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Commencement Ceremony Details

Graduation Photo

(Image of graduation hat toss.)


Commencement Ceremony 

for Summer 2023 thru Spring 2024 UACCM Graduates

10AM on Saturday, May 18, 2024

in Morrilton's Devil Dog Arena

 For those participating...

  • The final deadline for cap & gown pickup is Friday, May 10th.  These must be picked up in the Registrar's Office in UC 215.
  • Please attend rehearsal at Devil Dog Arena 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 17th
  • You may park in the lot behind the building (between the football stadium and the arena) for rehearsal and event.
  • Bring your cap and gown to the ceremony (not needed for rehearsal).
  • Arrive at Devil Dog Arena by 9:15 a.m. on Saturday, May 18th to allow time to check in, receive your walk cards and honor cords, lineup etc. 
  • Please leave all personal belongings (purses, keys, etc.) with a friend or family member attending the event.
  • Handicap parking is limited behind the arena. 
  • Additional parking is available on the south side of HB White Auditorium.   


Congratulations to all UACCM graduates!



Stay Tuned for Info about the next Grad Fest/Fair events.

More details will be available closer to the event.  


 Graduation Application

Students seeking a certificate for degree should complete this application by the deadlines below:


Fall Graduation

Priority Deadline – June 1st

(To be checked prior to the beginning of the Fall term)

Term Deadline – November 15th

(To be included in December Graduate news release)

Final Deadline – March 15th

(To participate in Grad Fair and May Ceremony)


Spring Graduation

Priority Deadline – October 15th

(To be checked prior to the beginning of Spring term.)

Term Deadline – March 15th

(To participate in Grad Fair and May Ceremony)


Summer Graduation

Deadline – March 15st

(To participate in Grad Fair and May Ceremony)

Term Deadlines:

Summer I – June 15th

Summer II – July 15th


If you completed Fall 2023

If you completed a certificate or associate degree in Fall 2023, please complete the appropriate survey below.  This survey also includes the distribution methods to receive your award.  


Fall 2023 Post Grad Survey


Please be sure you do not have any holds on your account that could further delay the distribution of your award such as...

Financial Holds - for tuition & fees, library charges, parking tickets, etc.

Admission Holds - for missing transcripts or immunization records.