New Online Catalog

We are excited to announce the launch of HSU’s interactive online catalog. Now you can: 
  • quickly find the information you need using the catalog search feature
  • view course information directly within the program descriptions
  • save catalog pages of interest to you in My Favorites
See catalog help for navigation and search help. 

We're still here to help, just virtual!

Use the form below to learn about popular topics and send us your questions.

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Meet with someone on the Registrar's Team via Zoom. 

Appointments Available 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Monday-Friday

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You can email us or leave a message at 707-826-4101

In your email or phone message, please include your:

  • name
  • best phone number and time to reach you
  • HSU ID number (students) 
  • and a description of the service you need or your question (helps us respond in a timely manner)

Your message will be reviewed by our staff within 2 hours. Depending on the service you need or your question, they will:

  • contact you directly (frequently on the same day) or
  • forward your message to a graduation counselor or other specialized staff member for a reply. Replies are regularly made within 1-2 days*.

Please note that some requests may take up to 3 business days to process.*

Already working with a specific staff member?

Please continue to correspond with that staff person directly by email or phone. All staff members in the Office of the Registrar are checking email and phone messages several times throughout the business day.*

*Business hours are Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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Virtual Office Hours

8 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Zoom (by appointment)
10 a.m.- 4 p.m. 



What is the difference between graduation and commencement?

Graduation takes place upon verification that all degree requirements have been met.

Commencement is a ceremony that celebrates the completion of a degree. Walking in the commencement ceremony does not imply that you have officially graduated.

Disclosure of Student Information

We take your privacy seriously. Read more about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).