An enrollment verification letter is an official document that can be used whenever verification of student enrollment status is required for scholarship purposes, medical coverage, jury duty, car insurance, etc. It includes a copy of the student’s schedule, upon request.
An enrollment verification letter includes term start date, term end date, enrollment status (full-time, part time) and expected graduation date.
Current and former students can also obtain proof of enrollment by requesting an official transcript. Transcripts should also be used if the organization is requesting additional information, such as GPA.
If the organization requesting verification has its own form, students or parents should complete the portion of the form with their information and send it in to the Registrar’s Office for completion.
Enrollment Verification Letters should not be used for deferment purposes. Lenders have their own specific forms that will need to be filled out and submitted.
If the organization requesting verification has its own form, students or parents should complete the portion of the form and send it to the Registrar’s Office for completion.
Your Student Privacy Rights (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
If you are a current student, information about you may be released only according to the FERPA Information Release decision you provided. If you have requested for Sterling College not to release your directory information, enrollment and degree verification cannot be provided. If you have already requested non-release but wish to change this decision, you will need to submit a new FERPA Information Release Form.