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Athletics inducts new members to Hall of Fame

005-Pfeiffer Athletics- Sean Meyers PhotographyOn Fri., Dec. 5, the Pfeiffer University department of Athletics inducted three individuals and the 1992 men’s basketball team into the Sports Hall of Fame. New members include Rex Mitchell ’74, basketball, who was recognized for his career as a high school basketball, cross country and track and field coach for Surry Central High School in Dobson, N.C.; Jimmy Lee Waugh ’79, baseball, who played professionally for the Toronto Blue Jays and coached for Limestone College and Belmont Abbey College; and Beth Bennett Welsh ’79, swimming, who was a national qualifier and state champion in the 50- and 100-yard backstroke, 200- and 500 yard freestyle and 200-yard medley relay.


Regis earns All-American honors

Nathan RegisMen’s soccer standout forward Nathan Regis was named as a BennettRank XI Division 2 Second Team All-American.

Regis completed a dominating sophomore season in the top-10 in the nation in points, goals and assists. The Arima, Trinidad and Tobago native finished the season second in school history with 19 goals and 48 points and added 10 assists for the Falcons. Regis recorded two hat tricks in 2014 and had seven games with two or more goals. Regis set a career high with seven points in a game (3 g, 1 a) during the Conference Carolinas semifinal against Barton and had a streak of eight straight matches with at least one point.


Health & Physical Education, Sport Management represent Pfeiffer at Raleigh conference

Pfeiffer2c Students 4Pfeiffer University was well represented at the annual convention of the North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Physical Education, Recreation, Dance and Sport Management (NCAAHPERD-SM) hosted at the Raleigh Convention Center Nov. 20-22. Professors Matt Belles and Duane Aagaard along with 10 Pfeiffer university undergraduates participated in the convention.

Belles, led multiple academic research presentations including;

A short walk with data informed methods
Advocate for Health and Physical Education (K-12),
Health Determinates- Should we use them?


Registrar's FAQ

How do I order an official transcript?

The link below will take you to the Student Center of theNational Student Clearinghouse (NSC) website where you can request transcripts, make the appropriate payment, and sign your request electronically.  Pfeiffer University downloads the transcript requests submitted through the NSC several times each day, and sends out the transcripts via 1st class mail (USPO) in 24 to 48 hours depending on the daily request volume.  There is an $8.00 charge per transcript.

To request a transcript have a debit or credit card ready and click on the following hyperlink:

You may also go directly to the NSC site at:  

And select Pfeiffer University as your school then click Submit.

How do I access my unofficial transcript?

It is Pfeiffer’s policy not to release unofficial transcripts; however, if you are a currently registered student, you can log in to , go to Student Resources, go to Registrar’s Office, then scroll down to view or print your unofficial transcript.

Who is my academic advisor?

If you are a freshman, the instructor of your Pfeiffer Journey course is your advisor.  All others can find out who their advisor is by signing to:

  1. My.pfeiffer then click on Student Resources, Registrar’s Office, Academic Information

If there is no advisor listed for you, please contact:

Undergraduate Misenheimer students – Robin Listerman 704-463-3164

Degree Completion Charlotte – Linda Daly - 704-945-7357

Graduate students - Charlotte, RTP, and other sites – Jonathan Beam 704-945-7356

Where can I find graduation/commencement information?

You will find this information on the Registrar’s page (under Quick Links) of the Pfeiffer website.   The links with graduation information are on the left side of the page. Candidate lists are published 90 days before graduation, and refreshed periodically after that. 

How can I access my.pfeiffer if my password is not working?

Currently registered students should go to my.pfeiffer, then on the left navigation paneunder Quick Links place an IT Support Ticket;  you may also leave a message at 704-463-3002, and the system will generate a support ticket for you.  IT will send an answer to your problem to your Pfeiffer University email address.

How can I defer my student loans?

Students do not have to do anything; here is why:  At the beginning of each term, after the registration and add/drop period, the Registrar’s Office sends enrollment information, electronically, to the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC); from these electronic files, the Department of Education and the companies that lend money nationwide for educational purposes, access the information and process deferments automatically

What is the process for a student who just graduated from an MBA, MHA, or MSL, and who wants to ”upgrade” to the dual degree program?

Students in following master degrees:  MBA, MHA, and MSL only; may upgrade to a dual degree, by contacting the Admissions Office at 704-521-9116 and making the request.

When does registration open?

For students enrolled in the Misenheimer Campus, registration opens for the fall and summer terms in April and for the spring term in November (for exact dates please see the Official Calendar on the Registrar’s page of this website).

- For students in The Center for Professional Advancement (degree completion program) in Charlotte and the Graduate programs throughout the University, registration opens for the summer term in April, for the fall in June, and for the spring in November (for exact dates, see the Calendar in the Registrar’s page of the website).

How do I withdraw from a course?

Course Withdrawal” forms are available under “Handouts” when you sign in to my.pfeiffer.  

Print the  form,  fill in the course information, sign it, date it and give it to your course instructor for final processing.  Instructors have 48 hours to send the signed forms to theRegistrar’s Office.  Students who simply abandon their courses without completing theappropriate withdrawal form will receive “F” or “AW” grades, which will lower the student’s Grade Point Average (GPA).

How do I withdraw from the University?

The “Official Withdrawal from the University” form is available under “Handouts” when you sign in at my.pfeiffer. Print the form, fill in the information, sign it, date it, visit each office listed, then give it to a member of the Registrar’s Office, for final processing.  Students who simply abandon their courses without completing the proper withdrawal form will receive “F” or “AW” grades which will lower the student’s Grade Point Average (GPA).

How do I have my academic documents certified for employment or studies overseas?

Foreign countries may require documents to be certified in order to be accepted in the foreign jurisdiction. The Office of the University Registrar, located in the Misenheimer Campus, will be glad to assist you with this process.  Countries that are members of the 1961 Hague Convention may require an “Apostille”, while countries who are not members of this treaty may require an “Authentication”.  We can prepare the documents for you and send them to the NC Department of the Secretary of State, however you must pay to the State of NC any fees associated with this service.  For more information on the State of NC Apostille or Authentication process go to: . To assist you with this process in the Registrar’s Office, contact Ms. Kim Smith at 704-463-3061.


All invited to celebrate the season at annual Christmas concert

tree 4Pfeiffer University’s department of music presents Christmas in the Village, its annual holiday concert, Sun., Dec. 7, 4 p.m., Henry Pfeiffer Chapel, 48380 U.S. Hwy. 52N.

Performing a program of traditional holiday carols and hymns are the Pfeiffer University concert, gospel and hand bell choirs, including student soloists Crystal Owens and Hunter Glosson, who will sing “O Magnum Mysterium,” “Amid the Cold of Winter,” and “Do You Hear What I Hear?”. The Stanly County Band, composed of Pfeiffer faculty and students as well as many members of the community, will also perform. Audience members will be invited to participate in the singing of several carols.