Education Verification for Employers
UC Davis has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to act as its agent for purposes of education verification. This service is available only to students who are not All Records Confidential. The student’s name when enrolled and date of birth are required for identification purposes. For information, instructions, & fees, contact the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) by phone or website.
Education Verifications for Students
Education verifications are official documents from the UC Davis Office of the University Registrar. Verifications are printed on letterhead and include the Office of the University Registrar's legal seal and the University Registrar's signature. Education verifications provide information regarding enrollment status including the student's name, identification number, start and end dates of the selected quarter, full time or part-time enrollment status, and expected graduation date. The verification may contain other specific information such as GPA, enrollment history, or units for the term.
Education verifications are unique to the quarter for which they are requested. Education verifications are not transcripts and do not contain a complete list of courses, grades, and GPA for each term. If you require this information, see Official Academic Transcript.
Enrollment verifications are frequently used to verify enrollment status for eligibility for:
- Financial aid and/or services such as health insurance.
- Auto insurance.
- County agencies.
- Subsidized child care.
- Loan deferments & scholarships; payment & remittance information.
- GPA verifications are often used for scholarships and good student discounts; the Office of the University Registrar provides verification, including UC GPA, once grades are official for the quarter, approximately two-four weeks after the end of the term.
- Class registration verifications display the registered courses (subject, course, CRN, and course title) for the term.
- Tuition and fee verifications display the combined amount of tuition, fees, and UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP) assessed for the term.
A student must be enrolled in classes for a given term in order for Office of the University Registrar to provide enrollment verification for that term. If fees have not yet been paid for the term, the following notation appears:
This student is not considered a registered student for the term listed above. The student has enrolled in courses but has not paid fees for the term.