7000 Regency Square Blvd
Houston, TX 77036
Phone number: 832-252-4631
8:30am to 7:30pm (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday) 8:30am to 6:00pm (Wednesday)
The Registrar’s office will need legal documentation for a name change. We ask that you bring in your original legal paperwork for us to photocopy so we can make the change to your student record.
A student can change their personal information through the student information portal at MyRecords.cbshouston.edu (BIO page), or come to the Office of the Registrar and we will make the change for you.
Grades are posted on the student portal and can be seen by going to MyRecords.cbshouston.edu , “Student” tab, if a current CBS student . If you are an alumni or withdrawn student, your grades can be found at MyRecords.cbshouston.edu, “Alumni” tab.
An “I” grade is for incomplete course work. The “I” grade will default to an “F” after six months if course work has not been completed.
Turn in completed work and contact your Professor for a grade change.
Contact your Academic Advisor for details on course offerings having proficiency exams for course credit.
Students sometimes register for a class, never attend and forget to complete a formal ADD/DROP form to withdraw from the course. In such cases, tuition payment is still required and an “F” grade will be published because course work was not completed.
You will need to order an Official Transcript from your prior college and have them send it to the CBS Admissions department @ firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
Yes, you will need to order an Official Transcript from the other institution and have the transcript sent to the CBS Office of the Registrar.
To apply, students will need to complete the Intent to Graduate Form online and submit to the Office of the Registrar along with the graduation fee of $60.
Commencement is the annual celebration held each May at Houston’s First Baptist Church. For further graduation information, please refer to the “Graduation Information” site on the CBS website Home page or Registrar’s “Graduation” tab.
Yes, CBS confers degrees or graduates students in three-degree conferral groups (August 30, December 30 and May 30). Since Commencement is held in May of each year, students who have not completed their academic requirements will not be finished to participate in May of the same year. Therefore, they are asked to wait until the next Commencement celebration the following year.
CBS confers degrees or graduates students in three-degree conferral groups (August 30, December 30 and May 30). Once a final audit is done on a student’s academic record and all requirements have been met, their degree will be conferred on the 30th. Your Graduation Specialist will contact you by email within 3 to 4 weeks after the conferral date notifying you that your diploma is ready for pick up at the Office of the Registrar.
You will have to go to MyRecords.cbshouston.edu and input your Student ID and PIN to enter the student portal. If you have forgotten your personal identifiers, click on the third line on the Student Access page. Your Student ID and PIN will be sent to your email address.
The Office of the Registrar will need to determine the reason why. It could be due to one of the following issues:
Enter student portal through MyRecords.cbshouston.edu and go to the “Billing” tab to pay tuition in full or set up a payment plan with Nelnet.
CBS students may audit a course by registering through the “Registration” tab and selecting “Audit” instead of “Credit”.
CBS students are able to drop a class online by completing an "Add/Drop Form". Click here to access the form. Once this form has been submitted, the Office of the Registrar will process the drop within 1 business day. Processing of Drops may take longer during the start of the semester. The Registrar does not accept forms submitted by fax or mail. This form should be submitted in person.
Contact the Office of the Registrar at email@example.com or call 832-252-4631 to determine the reason why. Possible reasons:
You will need to complete and submit an Add/Drop form. To obtain the form, go to www.cbshouston.edu “Students & Alumni” tab. Select “Forms,” then print Add/Drop form to complete and fax to the Registrar’s Office at 832-252-4698 or go to the Office of the Registrar on campus. Please refer to the CBS Refund Policy in the Academic Catalog or go to the Financial Aid link under Students & Alumni tab.
Class schedules can be found by going to MyRecords.cbshouston.edu, BIO page, “Schedule” tab.
The course schedule can be found on the “Registrar’s” tab under “Registering for Classes”, or going to MyRecords.cbshouston.edu.
From the “Registrar” tab, click on “Transcripts”. Go to “Transcript Request Form,” complete, submit and pay online through PayPal or other mode of payment.
Go to MyRecords.cbshouston.edu and print off your posted grades.
If you have an outstanding balance with the college or outstanding degree conferral requirements, then a Student Financial Services or Registrar Hold will appear and a transcript cannot be processed until the Hold has been cleared.
CBS can guarantee Same Day and 2 to 3 Day processing time from the Office of the Registrar but we have no control over the US Mail service time. We have seen transcripts take anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks to arrive at its destination. If after 2 weeks a transcript does not arrive, we will be happy to send a second transcript complimentary on your behalf.
CBS uses the service of the National Student Clearinghouse to furnish verification of enrollment or degree verification. Currently enrolled students may obtain verification free of charge by accessing the Clearinghouse website. Third parties are assessed a charge of $2.50 per verification and may contact the Clearinghouse directly at: Website: www.studentclearinghouse.org Phone: 703-742-4200 Fax: 703-742-4239 Mail: National Student Clearinghouse 2300 Dulles Station Blvd. Suite 300 Herndon, VA 20171