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Hurley appointed registrar

Observer Staff Report | Tuesday, April 23, 2013

University Provost Thomas Burish has appointed Charles “Chuck” Hurley registrar of the University, according to a press release Monday.


Hurley has served as Notre Dame’s interim registrar since Harold Pace’s retirement in 2011. He also served as associate University registrar and director of the Summer Session, the release stated. 


The registrar’s responsibilities include overseeing information systems, preserving student academic records and supporting academic programs, according to the press release. Hurley will also supervise the implementation of the University’s academic code, course schedule development, classroom scheduling, summer session administration, and coordination of commencement ceremonies and other University convocations.


Hurley is a 1993 alumnus of Notre Dame who received a master of science in administration from the Mendoza College of Business in 2001 and a master of arts in theology from the University in 2007.  Hurley joined the University’s staff in 1996, establishing Notre Dame’s first institution-wide degree audit and online class-search system. He also worked to improve academic technology services to the community and formerly served as president of the Indiana Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.