Update Information

Change of Address/Phone Number

Updated information is essential for all Aquinas College mailings and any emergencies. Changes should be made in writing. You may:

  • Send a letter to the Office of the Registrar requesting a change.
  • Come to the Office of the Registrar in person (first floor of the Aquinas College main building) and complete the Change of Address Form.
  • Fill out the Change of Address Form at the bottom of this page.
  • Send an email through your Aquinas College email to registrar@aquinascollege.edu.

Note: Address/phone number changes are made campus wide through the Office of the Registrar only. Making a change in any other department will not guarantee all records have been changed.

Change of Name

To have your name changed in the system, legal authorization is necessary. Bring to the Office of the Registrar one of the following: (Drivers License/Social Security card are not acceptable)

  • Court Order
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Birth Certificate
  • Divorce Decree

A copy will be made, placed in your permanent file, and the change completed.

Note: Name changes are made campus wide through the Office of the Registrar only. Making a change in any other department will not guarantee all records have been changed. 

Change of Address Form

Change of Address

Use this form to update your address in your Aquinas College records. You will receive an email notification after you complete the form.
  • Enter the date that your change of address will be effective.
  • Please enter your new address.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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