The AUAF Registrar’s Office is responsible for all aspects of academic records and graduation. The office’s primary functions include schedule preparation, assist with advisor registration, grades processing and custodianship of student records. These activities are integral to the educational activities of students, faculty, and university administration, thereby supporting the primary mission of the university to provide world class higher education that prepares leaders to meet the needs of Afghanistan and the region.
In its role as a provider of quality services to students and the university community, the Registrar’s Office philosophy is to respond to inquiries accurately and promptly, to offer helpful assistance, and to treat our students respectfully and with professionalism. We are charged with responsibility for communicating and administering academic policies, which we endeavor to enforce consistently and fairly. We do this in consultation with the administration and faculty. Our office routinely reviews policy, makes recommendations for change, and coordinates the implementation of approved policy revisions. Our goal is to follow the policies set by the AUAF administration.
The Registrar’s Office is committed to improving our services in response to student and faculty needs. To do so, we strive to find new ways to use emerging technology to enhance the efficiency, convenience, accuracy, and effectiveness of our services. In addition to exploring technological improvements and solutions, our office provides reports and data to support the university’s enrollment management and planning process. We also use technological resources to provide support to students, faculty, staff and other administrative offices.
Accordingly, the Registrar’s Office provides quality service through a variety of forms, including the advanced use of technology to assist students in following procedures. The Registrar’s Office is dedicated to working in partnership with other areas of AUAF to comply with university policies. Our office works toward compliance with the U.S. code of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), as well as the university policy on confidentiality, to ensure the integrity, accuracy, and security of students’ academic records.
We follow international standards and are not able to scan records at this time. We are not able to scan transcripts, diplomas, or any other student records. Students must make arrangements to have the copies sent through postal mail or authorize someone to receive their record. Only AUAF academic records are kept by the university. Other records must be obtained from the originating institution. It is the student's responsibility to keep all syllabuses from their courses.
The AUAF Registrar Staff