Registrar

Cheryl Giles's seminar

In addition to keeping academic records, the registrar is responsible for the publication of course listings and the HDS Handbook for Students, exam and classroom scheduling, tuition and fee assessment, loan deferment requests, academic transcripts and diplomas, degree verification, and the petition process to the Committee on Academic Programs.

Current students can access personal and academic information, including online term bills, current class schedules, and internal, unofficial transcripts from the Registrar page of my.hds (login required).

HDS Voices

Laura S. Nasrallah
I think that certain sectors of the academy are surprised that religion hasn't died out. Everyone's noticing that religious discourse is actually alive and well, and violently affecting politics. There's a new urgency to learning about and discussing religion. We need to be able to respect the fact that people who have deeply held convictions and practices might speak in terms that don't match ours.
Laura S. Nasrallah, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity

Watch Laura S. Nasrallah's 2014 Convocation address, "Why Religious Studies Matters"