To obtain an unofficial transcript of your completed coursework and grades, print one out from SONIS by logging in to your account and clicking on “Transcript.” If you do not have a SONIS account, you may not obtain an unofficial transcript and must request an official transcript instead.
To obtain an official transcript of your completed coursework and grades, please use the National Student Clearinghouse to order your transcripts. The cost for this process is $15.00 per copy. All requests must be in writing with your signature. Processing may take up to 3-5 business days from the time of receipt of the request. Incomplete requests will not be processed. (For GTU Common MA Students, please click here for information on ordering transcripts.)
Search and Register for Courses
PSR students register for all courses through their student portal (SONIS). To assist you in choosing your courses, please schedule an appointment with your advisor.
For registration, you need access to the internet and a PSR student email address and PIN provided by the Office of Academic Affairs.
General Forms and Helpful Links
- Academic Calendar
- Statement of Understanding
- Diploma Replacement Request: If you lose your diploma, or want another copy, replacements will be marked as duplicates. You may order a replacement duplicate diploma for a fee of $50 paid to Pacific School of Religion. Replacements may take 6-8 weeks to arrive once a request has been submitted.
- Identification and library cards
- PSR students (except summer students), staff, visiting scholars, and faculty are eligible for a PSR ID/GTU library card to check out books at the GTU Library, located at 2400 Ridge Road, across from the PSR campus. GTU Library cards also serve as your school identification card, listing your school ID number, your school/s of affiliation, and your classification.
- Verification of enrollment or graduation
- For all enrollment verifications, go to the National Student Clearinghouse EnrollVerify service. Enrollment verifications are available after the first month of the first semester for all domestic students. Verification notices include the student’s legal name, whether the student is enrolled or not, name of the institution, and full-, half-, or less-than-half time status, and a small fee may be assessed.
- Third-party inquirers may be assured that all enrollment verifications they receive from National Student Clearinghouse EnrollVerify service is an officially approved verification. Get your verifications more quickly and more accurately, and help keep the work of PSR sustainable by using the National Student Clearinghouse EnrollVerify service.
Changes in Registration & Change of Enrollment Form
Changes in registration (dropping a course, adding a course, changing from a letter grade to pass/fail or audit) can be made online via SONIS with no administrative fees until the second week of classes, after which time please email email@example.com.
Changes in Program or Adding a Program
Please use the form here. This form applies to you if you are:
- A student applying to continue to a higher level within the Stackable Curriculum.
- A student applying to change their program after conversations with your advisor and the registrar.
For information on cross registering through the GTU at UC Berkeley, Mills College, Dominican University of California, Holy Names University, click here for more information.
Transfer and Advanced Standing
Below are Petitions to Transfer Credit for GTU Common MA students and non-GTU Common MA students. Please fill out the appropriate form and submit to the PSR Assistant Dean for Academic Programs.
Special Reading Courses
A Special Reading Course (SRC) allows a student to work with a consortium instructor on a topic that is not available via the regular course schedule or to upgrade a lower level course to a higher-level course with additional work required. The student and the instructor negotiate and must agree on the details of the course or upgrade (meeting times, readings, papers, projects, exams, etc.). The student should be aware that the instructor receives no additional compensation for offering a SRC.
Therefore, a student should not ask a professor to offer a SRC for a class that is offered regularly, and while core faculty are not obligated to offer SRCs, those who choose to do so are advised to take on no more than two SRCs per semester.
- Auditing a course generally translates to “sitting in” on a course for no credit. Students can audit most GTU consortium courses during the Fall, Intersession, and Spring semesters, and any PSR summer course. You do not receive academic credits or a grade. Each instructor determines the ways their auditors are expected to participate in the course, but auditors usually do not write papers or take examinations. Audited courses appear on PSR transcripts (except for MA students) as 0.0 credits with a grade of AUD of the audit is completed successfully, or W (for withdrawal) if not.
- Before applying to audit, refer to the course description to determine whether auditors are allowed in the course you wish to audit.