If you need proof that you are registered for courses, or earned a degree from Sterling College, you may request verification in the following ways: *
An enrollment verification is an official document that can be used when verification of student enrollment status is required for scholarship purposes, medical coverage, jury duty, car insurance, etc.
Diplomas are sent via U.S. Mail. You should receive your diploma 6-8 weeks after the degree is granted.
Diplomas will be sent to your permanent address. If you would like to have your diplomas sent elsewhere, please indicate this in writing on your Declaration of Degree Candidacy Form.
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Annually, Sterling College informs students of their rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the regulations put out by the Department of Education. Together, FERPA and FERPA regulations provide that:
1. How do I order a transcript? What is the cost?
Transcript requests must have a hand written signature. You may download the form and send it in, or you may come to the Registrar’s Office in Kelsey and submit the request in person.
The Veterans School Certifying Official, Rebecka Vessey, will assist you with the following:
- Advising regarding application for educational benefits and change of training or location.
- Enrollment certifications
- Evaluation of prior training
Rebecka Vessey: email@example.com
Location: Kelsey, Registrar’s Office
Admissions Counselor for Sterling College Online
Please submit the following items:
What is the difference between a directed and independent study, and how do I register for one?
Directed study provides students access to material structured by a faculty member — that is, a Sterling College catalog course that is not currently offered or that is in conflict with another required course. This request must be approved by the vice president of academic affairs prior to enrollment in the course.