Welcome to the Registrar’s Office
The Registrar’s Office works closely with students, alumni, and faculty, overseeing student information, academic records (including official transcripts), class enrollment, and student admissions and graduation processes. The Registrar is also charged with keeping student information confidential and secure. The Registrar usually participates in student service committees and initiatives.
TSBC offers three semesters: fall, spring, and summer.
Undergraduate semesters are 15 weeks long in fall and spring; the summer semester is compressed into eight weeks.
Graduate semesters are 15 weeks long.
Register for Classes
You may register for classes through Populi via tsbc.populiweb.com. You will need your student login ID and Password to access this page. If you forget your login ID or password, there is an option to reset your credentials at the bottom of the login page.
Courses that are available to you will be listed on the registration tab. If there is a published class that is not showing on your registration form, it may be due to not meeting a prerequisite.
After successful registration each semester, each student will receive a confirmation email. Review your completed schedule to make sure each class is listed correctly.
Contact the Registrar’s Office for further information or for assistance in any aspect of registration.
Withdrawal from Classes or Semester
Students may add and drop classes through their Populi registration page during each semester’s add/drop period. To do this, you must login to Populi via tsbc.populiweb.com. You will need your student login ID and Password to access this page. If you forget your login ID or password, there is an option to reset your credentials at the bottom of the login page.
After the add/drop period has ended, a student must complete a withdrawal form and submit it to the Registrar to officially withdraw from a class or semester. You will not be withdrawn until you have submitted the withdrawal form. Class absence does not constitute official withdrawal.
Tuition and fees will accrue until an official withdrawal is submitted. Student finances, financial aid, scholarships, and refund amounts may be negatively impacted by late withdrawal. Please contact the Registrar’s Office immediately.
The academic portion of the TSBC Catalog/Handbook contains degree plans, course descriptions, faculty listings, and our doctrinal statement.
The handbook portion contains information and policies related to conduct, such as our Alcohol/Drug Policy, Clery Act, FERPA, Website Accessibility, etc.
The Catalog/Handbook is published every summer for the following academic year. When a student applies to TSBC, they agree to adhere to the policies and procedures contained in the Catalog/Handbook.
Request a transcript here. There will be a $5 fee for each institution or individual to whom you need to send a transcript.
Transcripts include all TSBC classes and degrees on a single transcript and are sent via the US Postal Service unless other arrangements are made. At this time, TSBC is unable to email official transcripts.
Tri-State Bible College complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974. The purpose of this act is to protect the privacy of student records, to ensure the personal right to inspect one’s own student records and to ensure procedures are established whereby incorrect records may be changed. Specific questions regarding college policies should be addressed to the Registrar.