Change of Information

The Office of the Registrar at Emory University maintains academic records for all current and former Emory students. We are committed to protecting the confidentiality of student academic records, adhering to a policy of compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Below you will find quick links to record related services.

Emory University is committed to protecting your personal information and respecting your privacy. We strive to follow best practices regarding data privacy and protection of the personal information of our community members. For information about how Emory University collects and protects personal information throughout the University, see the Emory University Privacy Statement for Student Characteristics.

For inquiries regarding your Emory email or NETID, please contact the Emory Help Desk at:  or 404-727-7777

Student’s full name is entered from the application for admission. Name changes should be directed to the Office of the University Registrar and will only be recorded when there is sufficient evidence supporting the change.

Emory University is committed to fostering an environment of inclusiveness and supporting student’s designated forms of identification and address. With this in mind, this policy provides definitions for, and uses of, student-identified names and pronouns recorded for students.

Students can change their mailing address or phone number through OPUS, Online Pathway to University Students.

Students can change their home address or home phone number through OPUS, Online Pathway to University Students.

Billing statements are created for preterm billing approximately five weeks before the start date of each term.

Parent Address and Phone Number

Students can change their parent information in a few ways.

Learn How

Add/Change Social Security Number on File.

ITINs are issued to individuals who are required to have a U.S. taxpayer identification number, but who are not eligible to obtain a Social Security Number from the Social Security Administration.

A United States naturalized citizen is a person who is granted citizenship after fulfilling the requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Emory Mail Services provides mail and package services at Main Campus Mail Center at Few Hall, Clairmont Campus Mail Center and Whatcoat Street Building adjacent to the Oxford College Campus.

Residence hall room and residence hall phone number are assigned and maintained by Residential Services.

A student's official academic record reflects the gender the student identified as at the time they applied to Emory University.

Emory University is a recipient of federal dollars and is required by the federal government to solicit certain demographic information to meet federal reporting requirements.

Religious/Spiritual Identity

Student can add/update their Religious/Spiritual Identity.

Learn How

Cultivate Emory’s student veteran community by updating your military affiliation status to enable access to support and resources.

Click here to learn more about updating your First-Generation status in OPUS.