Update Your Personal Information
The university requests for students to provide current and accurate demographic information at all times.
Change your Address
It is the responsibility of the student to provide up-to-date permanent and present mailing address information at all times at the university. Any student who changes his or her mailing address must submit this update immediately. This change can be reported on the Information Change Form on the Portal in eLion or to any university representative. After submitting the Information Change Form, it is recommended for students to contact their university representative to resolve any related holds, if applicable.
Change your Name or Social Security Number
Personal Data Update Form is available on eForms in eTrieve. This form is easy to use and secure. Students should use the form to request changes and correct errors to their legal name, date of birth, and social security number.
Saint Leo University will use your primary (legal) name on all official records and documents, including your student email address, class rosters, transcript, student Identification card (ID Card), diploma, etc. To update any part of your legal name, you must present legal documentation.
- A certified copy of a marriage certificate, court order, OR dissolution decree reflecting the new name in full;
An updated signed Social Security Card, Driver’s License, OR Passport.
To change a married name back to a maiden name, legal documentation other than a birth certificate must be provided.
Social Security Number Change
Student must provide a copy of the Social Security Card.
Date of Birth Change
Student must provide a copy of their Driver’s License or Birth Certificate.
Personal Data Update Form
A name change may take up to two weeks to fully process. Social Security Number and date of birth changes should update within 48 hours.
For more information on demographic updates and changes, please contact the Office of the Registrar at or (352) 588-8233.
Access to personal information is governed by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Read more about FERPA.