Third Party Requesting Verification of Enrollment or Degree
Valparaiso University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verification.
National Student Clearinghouse:
|National Student Clearinghouse|
2300 Dulles Station Blvd., Suite 220
Herndon, VA 20171
Instructions for Requesting an Enrollment or Degree Verification
- Go to the Resources & Services menu.
- There are two options for verification services under Student & Alumni Records:
- National Student Clearinghouse Login (Enrollment Only) – This link will direct you to the NSC web page. You will then sign in and choose Current Enrollment or All Enrollment. Once you have selected one of these choices, then click on Obtain an Enrollment Certificate. You will receive an Enrollment Verification Letter instantly, as long as you have no restrictions on your account. If you have a restriction, or account hold, resolve it with the appropriate office before requesting an enrollment verification letter.
- Student Enrollment Verification – This link directs you to the Student Verification Request form. Complete and submit the form online. Please allow five to ten business days for processing. If you have a restriction, or account hold, resolve it with the appropriate office before making your request.
For assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 219.464.5212.
Requesting a Valparaiso University Verification Letter
All verification requests are managed either through the National Student Clearinghouse or using the Student Verification Request form as described above.
For students and alumni only requesting enrollment information (such as dates of attendance), you may use the NSC Login link. There you may order an enrollment verification letter, free of charge, that includes either current enrollment or all enrollment. Unless you have any restrictions on your account, a letter in PDF format will be generated immediately for you to save and print.
For students and alumni requiring additional information other than dates of attendance, use the Student Verification Request form as described above.
Verification letters for a third party, if processed by the Office of the Registrar, will require either a direct email address or mailing address. They will be sent directly to the recipient’s address. If submitting an insurance form, load deferment form, guest student application, verification of degree, or other document, please attach the form to the Student Verification Request before submitting it online.
We are unable to release verification letters to students or alumni with any outstanding obligations to the university. If you have a restriction, or account hold, please resolve it with the appropriate office before making your request.
Enrollment Verification and Degree Verification FAQ
Verification Services FAQs are available in the university’s Knowledge Base.
- Does Valparaiso University charge a fee for enrollment or degree verification?
- How long will it take to process my request?
- If there is a hold on my account, how will I know?
- May a third-party request an enrollment or degree verification?
- Will the enrollment or degree verification letters have the University Seal and/or Registrar’s signature?
- May I request that the enrollment or degree verification letter have a more official appearance than the letterhead and Registrar’s signature?
- How will the enrollment verification letter issued by the National Student Clearinghouse be identified as an official document?
- I’ve submitted my nursing board form to confirm my graduation. When will it be processed?
- How do I request assistance from the Office of the Registrar with a form for a good student discount, loan deferment, or insurance?
- I will be taking a course during the summer at another institution which requires a guest student application. Is the Office of the Registrar the correct department to complete the form?
- May an office other than the Registrar complete verification paperwork?
- I am an alum. How do I request enrollment or degree verification?