In order for us to reach our goal, Appalachian School of Law Registrar’s Office understands that it must preserve the integrity of all students’ academic records in all situations, monitor and enforce our academic policy to the fullest, and help guide all student progress toward completion of their academic goals.

The Registrar’s services include, but are not limited to:

  • Maintaining academic records for all ASL students
  • Assisting you with your registration process
  • Students with Disabilities & Accommodations
  • Leave of Absences or Withdrawals
  • Recording grades
  • Determining class rank

Course and exam schedules are coordinated with the Chief Academic Officer. 

View the Student Catalog and Handbook and Academic Calendar for more information.

Access your student account in Sonis here.

 

The Registrar’s Office complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) and the rules and policies on confidentiality and directory information of the Appalachian School of Law. Students are notified of their FERPA rights and the procedures for limiting disclosure of directory information in the annual Appalachian School of Law catalog.

Annual Notification of FERPA Rights for Students

For more information about FERPA, please visit the FERPA Frequently Asked Questions

Students with a documented disability may be entitled to accommodations to facilitate exam-taking and classroom learning. Students needing special accommodations should fill out a request form (available online and in the Registrar’s Office,) and provide the necessary supporting documentation for the request at least 30 days before the requested effective date of accommodations. The Registrar will forward the request to the Academic Accommodations Committee for review and determination pursuant to the policies and procedures set out in the ASL Catalog & Student Handbook; more specifically, Appendix E.

Accommodations for temporary disabilities or emergency accommodations must be requested each semester in which they are required. The request for emergency accommodations and supporting documentation should be submitted to the Registrar as soon as reasonably possible after the need for accommodation arises. Keep in mind that the process of considering documentation and developing appropriate accommodations will take a minimum of 48 hours. Please remember any and all accommodations requests must be accompanied with a professional evaluation from a medical expert and is required to be renewed at the beginning of every semester each academic year.

Forms for Accommodation requests:

Form A Initial Request for Reasonable Accommodations (PDF)

Form B Temporary Medical Conditions documentation for Reasonable Accommodations (PDF)

Form C Physical Disabilities documentation for reasonable accommodations (PDF)

Form D Learning Disabilities Documentation for Reasonable Accommodation (PDF)

Form E ADHD documentation for reasonable accommodations (PDF)

Form F Mental Health documentation for reasonable accommodations (PDF)

Form G Renewal Requests for accommodations (PDF)

To view the policy on accommodations for students with disabilities, please see Appendix E of our Student Catalog and Handbook.

You may request a variety of documents from the Registrar’s Office including:

  • Verification letters
  • State and Bar Character and Fitness Verifications
  • Letters of good standing
  • Change of name/address
  • Registration change
  • Transcript requests
  • Accommodations
  • Student Records

Printable forms that are required and associated with some of the documents you may need to request from the Registrar’s Office include:

Add-Drop Form
Change of Address Request
Course Withdrawal Form
Degree Verification Request
Disclosure to Parents Consent Form
Enrollment Verification Request
FERPA Release Form
FERPA Release for Faculty or Staff Letter of Recommendation or Reference
Official Leave of Absence Request
Request for Letter of Standing
Request for Student Records
Request for Transcript
School Withdrawal Form
Teaching Assistant Application Form

Please use the ASL Academic Transcript Request Form

to request official and unofficial transcripts. The fee for Official Transcripts is $5.00 per transcript. Transcript fees may be paid via PayPal using a credit or debit card. Please note the request form if you wish to pay via Paypal. A Paypal account is not required. Fees may also be mailed to: 

Attn: Registrar
Appalachian School of Law
1169 Edgewater Drive
Grundy, VA 24614

No transcripts will be sent without a signed request form.

View our Transcript Notation Policy

ASL uses exam software for the submission of essay answers. This software is optional. The Fee is $25.00 per semester. Students who do not purchase the software will still be able to complete essay questions on exams by hand-writing them.

You can use Paypal to pay for the exam software. A PayPal account is not required to pay with a credit or debit card. Please contact the Registrar at registrar@asl.edu with any questions.

Contact Registrar’s Office

Phone: (276) 244-1202
Email: registrar@asl.edu

Andy Powell
Registrar and Financial Aid Coordinator

Location & Hours

Room 204 of the Booth Center
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday

Mailing Address

Attn: Registrar’s Office
Appalachian School of Law
1169 Edgewater Drive
Grundy, VA 24614