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A verification is a proof of enrollment.
You would need an enrollment verification to prove to someone (e.g., to your parent’s insurance company) that you are a student (or a full-time student) at BYU—Idaho. Enrollment verifications are used for insurance purposes, loan deferments, scholarships, employers, government and legal offices, etc.
Requests come from students, their parents, and third parties, including insurance agents, loan companies, scholarship companies, employment companies, etc.
Enrollment Verifications show the student’s personal information with name, current dates of attendance, and/or history of attendance.
Free, electronic verifications of enrollment can be obtained by students at any time through the National Student Clearinghouse (www.byui.edu/verification).
Yes, parents and interested third parties can obtain electronic verifications for a nominal fee at www.studentclearinghouse.org, then they can click the EnrollmentVerify option. Requesters can obtain individual verifications for $2.50 or set up a subscriber account. (BYU—Idaho does not impose an additional surcharge for this service.)
The National Student Clearinghouse, a non-profit organization, is “the nation’s trusted source for student degree and enrollment verification.TM” “Through their verification reporting solutions, [they] help educational institutions improve efficiency, reduce costs and workload, and enhance the quality-of-service [we] provide to students and alumni, lending institutions, employers, and other organizations.”
If needed, an official letter can be printed to include with your NSC document verifying that NSC is BYU—Idaho’s authorized certifying agent. official letter
Enrollment verifications that need to include GPA, SSN, and/or Academic Standing must be requested in writing, with the student’s signature, because of FERPA privacy laws. Such requests can be submitted to the Student Records and Registration Office by letter, e-mail, fax, and in person. The student’s name, ID number, and an address, e-mail, or fax number where the verification is to be sent are required.
Yes, verification of student information such as attendance dates/degrees can be given verbally by contacting the Student Records and Registration Office directly.
Please bring your form to the Student Records and Registration Office. Our verification clerks will fill out your form (sometimes in collaboration with the Financial Aid Office) and it will be ready for pick-up within 1–2 business days. Please specify where you would like it sent if you do not need to pick it up (e.g., fax number, mailing address, e-mail address, etc.).
Please bring your form to the Student Records and Registration Office. Our verification clerks will fill out your form and it will be ready for pick-up within 1–2 business days. Please specify where you would like it sent if you do not need to pick it up (e.g., fax number, mailing address, e-mail address, etc.).
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