Registrar's Office

Update Personal Information

Your BroncoDirect Student Center provides an easy way to access, view, and manage your Student Account online if you are an active student. You can update your personal information such as address, phone number, and email address on your student record.

If you are no longer an active student and would like to update your address, phone number, email address please contact the Registrar’s Office (909) 869-3000.

View instructions on how to change personal information through BroncoDirect.

Pronouns

CPP offers students the option to specify their preferred pronouns, which will show up on class rosters for faculty.

 

You can set or update your pronouns in Student Center:

  1. Log in to MyCPP and open the Student Center within BroncoDirect
  2. In the Personal Information section, click the Pronouns link
  3. Select a Pronoun from the drop-down list
  4. If selecting Other, enter the Subject/Object/Possessive entries* in the fields
  5. Click Save

 

Check out these Frequently Asked Questions for more Pronoun usage information.

Pronouns FAQs

 

  1. What are Preferred Pronouns?

Preferred pronouns are those that an individual chooses for themself and wants others to use when talking to or about them.

 

  1. Can I set or change my pronouns to whatever I want?

You can set preferred pronouns to be used on class rosters for faculty. The University reserves the right to remove a pronoun if it is inappropriate or being used for misrepresentation or to evade legal obligations. Inappropriate use of a pronouns may be a violation of the Student Code of Conduct and will be referred to the Dean of Students Office.

 

  1. Will pronouns be used for everything at the University?

Right now, preferred pronouns are only being used in PeopleSoft on the class roster and faculty advising pages. If you'd like to see pronoun preferences added somewhere, please let us know!

 

  1. Am I required to set a pronoun?

No. Using a pronoun is entirely optional. You can change this at any time.

 

  1. I still have questions. Who can I talk to?

You can contact the Office of the Registrar.

 

 

 

*The University reserves the right to remove a pronoun if it is inappropriate or being used for misrepresentation or to evade legal obligations. Inappropriate use of a pronouns may be a violation of the Student Code of Conduct and will be referred to the Dean of Students Office.

 

The Registrar's Office requires specific documentation before a name change can be processed.  Individuals requesting a name change are required to submit two government-issued documentation that supports their request.  
Please bring the original copy of these documents to the Registrar's Office, Student Services Bldg. 121. Due to the sensitivity of these documents, the Registrar's Offices request that you bring these documents in person.
 The following documents will support name change requests:
  • Marriage Certificate
  • California State Driver's License*
  • California State Identification Card
  • U.S. or State-Issued Court Order
  • Naturalization/Citizenship documents with photo attached
  • U.S. Social Security Card
  • Birth Certificate
  • U.S. Passport
* If an out of state driver's license is presented as supporting documentation, a U.S. Social Security Card will also be required.

Emergency contact needs to be updated at lease once a year. For information regarding how to change your Emergency Contact, please see view Updating Emergency Contact Information.

Upon the death of a student, the University holds the student’s education record in trust, and will allow for the request of the student’s record by an individual(s) with a legitimate interest. For more information, view Deceased Student Record Request Form & Request Procedure.