Requesting an Enrollment Verification

The University of Scranton has contracted with the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide enrollment verification service to enrolled students free of charge. While you are enrolled you will be able to generate and print an NSC enrollment certificate directly from your computer. The University of Scranton will not fill out third party forms; students must obtain an enrollment certificate and attach it to any forms. 

The enrollment certificate is considered official and it can be used whenever enrollment certification or student status is required for scholarship purposes, medical coverage, loan deferments, car insurance, etc. 

The University of Scranton certifies current or past enrollment. We cannot certify enrollment for future terms (even for the current academic year). 

Students with my.scranton.edu accounts must access official printed enrollment certificates using the my.scranton.edu portal. 

  • From the Student tab, under Links & Information, click on Enrollment Verification Certificate 
  • You will be automatically redirected to the NSC and will be able to print an enrollment certificate. 

 

The University of Scranton defines enrollment status as follows: 

Level Full-time Three-Quarter time Half-time  Less than half-time
Undergraduate 12 or more 9 - 11.99 6 - 8.99 5.99 or less
Graduate  6 or more  4.5 - 5.99  3 - 4.49
2.99 or less

Enrollment Certificate FAQ's 

How do I use an Enrollment Verification Certificate? 
What does an Enrollment Certification show?
How often is the NSC enrollment data updated? 
What do I do if I need to send grade and GPA information to someone? 
What do I do if I have an enrollment form that needs to be completed? 

How do I use an Enrollment Verification Certificate? 

 An enrollment certificate, also known as enrollment verification, contains information about your enrollment status at The University of Scranton for each term. An enrollment certificate: 

  • Provides confirmation of registration and enrollment 
  • Is provided at no charge when ordered on my.scranton.edu
  • Does NOT include individual course/grade/unit information, or GPA information 

What does an Enrollment Certification show?           


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  • Student name 
  • University name 
  • Enrollment history 
    • Terms enrolled 
    • Start and end dates of each term 
    • Enrollment status: less than 1/2; half-time; three-quarter time; full-time 
    • Expected graduation date                                            

How often is the NSC enrollment data updated?

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The University of Scranton submits student enrollment information to the NSC every 30 days beginning the second week of each term. It may take two to three business days for the NSC to process the latest enrollment information. Students will be able to check the data of the last transmission form The University of Scranton at the NSC site. If you recently made changes to your enrollment and would like an enrollment certificate that reflects these changes, please allow time for the NSC information to be updated. 

What do I do if I need to send grade and GPA information to someone? 

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An enrollment certificate, also known as enrollment verification, contains information about your enrollment status at The University of Scranton for each term. An enrollment certificate does NOT include individual course/grade/unit information, or GPA information. If you need to send grade information to someone, you must request an official academic transcript. Transcript Request

What do I do if I have an enrollment form that needs to be completed? 

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Enrollment certificates from the NSC are considered official documents that provide your university enrollment status. The Office of the Registrar and Academic Services does not complete third party forms; students must obtain an enrollment certificate and attach it to each forms. 

Visit the NSC My Student Center if you require assistance with your transcript.