The University of Utah Registrar's Office offers several methods to verify your student information. You can obtain verifications online, in person, or by fax or mail. Please review the following to determine which method best suits your needs.
ONLINE SELF-SERVICE VERIFICATION – No Charge
This method is available for students who have attended the University of Utah after September 1998 and have access to Campus Information Services (CIS). For instructions on how to obtain your online self-service verification, please read our online student verifications help document.
There are six verification letters available online including an immediate printable enrollment certificate.
Types of Self-Service VerificationsEnrollment Verification: This certificate is generated by The National Student Clearinghouse to confirm enrollment at the University of Utah.
National Student Clearinghouse Enrollment Certificate
For an enrollment verification of the current term select “Current enrollment.” For your enrollment history select “All enrollment.” Once you have made your selection click the green “Obtain an Enrollment Certificate” link. A printable enrollment verification certificate will be generated
Anticipated Degree in 30 Days: Provided for students who have applied for graduation. It states the anticipated graduation date, anticipated degree, and indicates that degrees are posted to student records within 30 days after graduation.
Anticipated Graduation Date: States when a student expects to graduate. Unless the student has applied for graduation, this date is based on the number of credit hours completed.
Class Level: Indicates whether a student is considered a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior.
Degree/Major in progress: Indicates a student’s current major of study and level.
Invitation Letters: These letters are issued in cooperation with International Student & Scholar Services and allow international students to invite relatives to the University of Utah. The letter states the student’s enrollment status, purpose for the visit, and the relatives name and relation to the student. See the International Student Verifications section for additional information.
ORDER AN OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT– $13.00 online or $23.00 in-person
An Official Transcript can be used to verify a number of requests for your student information. A transcript is an official university document which displays your complete University of Utah academic career. If you are registered for classes for a term you may utilize an Official Transcript as proof of enrollment. Your transcript can also be used to verify current registered units and classes, all credit and noncredit courses, units earned, your grades, your term and cumulative GPA, and your degree earned. To order an official transcript log-in to CIS or follow this link: Order Your Official Transcript.
ORDER AT SERVICE WINDOW
- Hardcopy for immediate pick-up only (no mail or email services)
- Stamped “Issued To Student”
CUSTOM VERIFICATION LETTER – $15.00
If a letter directly from the University of Utah is required and not fulfilled by the above verification methods, please complete a Verification Request form. Below is a list of example custom verifications that can be completed by the Registrar’s Office.
- Letter written on Official University letterhead
- May take2-3 business days in-office processing time
- Mail, email, fax, or hold for pick delivery options
Types of Custom VerificationsAddress: This letter states the most current mailing address a student has listed on the Campus Information Services (CIS).
Current Class Schedule: Lists the classes a student is currently enrolled in and the corresponding credit hours.
Dean’s List: This letter verifies if a student was on the Dean’s List for a specific semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List undergraduate students must receive a term GPA of 3.5 or higher for 12.0 or more graded credit hours.
Degree: Verifies the degree(s) that a student has been awarded from the University of Utah.
Enrollment Verification: This letter verifies a student current enrollment for a term. Student enrollment status is based on actual registered units for a term, this does not include wait-listed units. For enrollment status definitions refer to the Student Handbook.
Grade Point Average: These letters can verify either a student’s cumulative GPA or GPA for a specific semester.
Withdrawn from All Classes: Indicates the date a student withdrew from the University of Utah and if needed the student’s prior enrollment status.