The Diploma Reorder Form can be submitted by: Fax (910-630-7410), e-mail [MUST BE SCANNED WITH SIGNATURE (email@example.com)], mail (Registrar, 5400 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, NC 28311), or submitted in person to the Registrar's office.
The current fee is $35. Diplomas must be paid for before we can order. Please contact the Business Office at (910) 630-7284 to make payment arrangements. The receipt number given to you by the Business Office needs to be included on the reorder form.
The diploma reprinting usually takes a month to process. Once completed, we will either mail your diploma or you may arrange to pick it up from the University.
Request for Change
The Request for Change Form has several purposes. Use this form if you want to
- Change your academic catalogue
- Change your degree
- Change your academic advisor
- Add a major or minor
- Change your major or minor
Request for Formal Evaluation of Transfer Credit
Transfer students who have completed a minimum of six semester hours and have a minimum cumulative 2.00 GPA may submit this form to have their transcripts officially evaluated.
Release of Student Information
Methodist University abides by the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). Normally, only the students themselves can request and receive academic information. In order for a student to give permission for the Registrar's Office to discuss or release academic information to a parent or guardian, the student must complete and submit the Release of Student Information form to the Registrar's Office.
Release of Student Information Forms
Request a Visiting Student Letter
Once you have matriculated as a student at Methodist University, the university must approve in advance any classes taken at another institution concurrently with your enrollment at Methodist University (for example, a student home during the summer who takes classes at a local university).
You must complete this form to request a Visiting Student Letter from the Registrar's Office before taking classes at another institution, so that the courses have prior approval to be accepted as transfer credits.