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Enrollment Verification

Texas State University is frequently required to certify a student's enrollment as to full-time, part-time, etc. The following general guidelines are used primarily to verify enrollment for the purpose of loan deferments and eligibility. The Office of the University Registrar is responsible for such verifications.

You can download, save and print your own form! This form is considered official as it bares the University Registrar’s signature and the University seal.

Requesting an Enrollment Verification

Enrollment Verification can certify your registration and/or dates of attendance at Texas State. This information is primarily used for bank loan deferments and insurance renewals including good student discounts. Verification of enrollment letters are considered "Official" as of the first class day of the semester you verify.
 
1. Currently enrolled (and student enrolled Fall 2011 or after) can now verify their enrollment by using the Enrollment Verification Application.

2. Students not currently enrolled may verify their enrollment online using the National Student Clearinghouse. This service is available 24/7 and you are able to print a certificate out immediately.

Enrollment Verification Data and Guidelines

The following information is verified on enrollment verifications:

  • Status (for example: full time, half time, less than half time) 
  • Current Semester Attending or All Semesters Attended
  • Semester Name/begin & End Date
  • Semester Hours
  • Academic Career (for example: Graduate or Undergraduate)
  • Degree, College and Major Pursuing
  • Expected date of graduation

 

Fall / Spring / Summer Semester Enrollment Verification Guidelines
Student Type Full Time Three Quarter Time Half Time Below Half Time
Undergraduate 12 or more hours 9 - 11 hours 6 - 8 hours 5 or fewer hours
Graduate 9 or more hours 7 - 8 hours 5 - 6 hours 4 or fewer hours

Note that classes taken for audit are included in total enrolled hours.

Independent learning courses are not considered for enrollment verification purposes.

Verifying Future Semesters

According to policy in UPPS 01.04.00 (Attachment 1, “Glossary of Terms”) a person becomes a student for FERPA purposes when:

Any individual who is registered for the current or a future semester by official registration methods and appears on a class roster is considered “in attendance” and a student.

Therefore, a person would have FERPA rights when (1) registered for a current or future semester; and (2) named on a class roster. A person becomes a student for FERPA purposes when they are “in attendance." FERPA states that we can release “enrollment status (actual hours enrolled, undergraduate, graduate, etc.)” but it does not state that this must be an Official Enrollment Verification. Texas State will provide our students an Official Enrollment Verification Letter after their name appears on the 1st day roster and they have attended their first class.

Letter of Non-Attendance

If you are requiring a letter from our office stating that you have never attended Texas State University, submit a request here.

If you have any academic history record at Texas State University, you will need to order an official transcript. Click here for more information.

Other services

 
Currently enrolled students can obtain:
-GPA
-Courses Taken
 
Students who are not currently enrolled can obtain:
-GPA
-Courses Taken
-Grades
 

To transfer your Texas Teaching Certificate to a different state, please fill out a Program Verification Request.