Do You Need Enrollment Verification For Your Student Loan?

Self Service Enrollment Verification

Current and All Prior Enrollment

Students may print a current enrollment letter using the TUPortal. When first logging into the TUPortal you will need to use your TU ID and password. Select the Student Tools tab and locate the Enrollment Verification button under the Records channel.

Enrollment Verification takes you directly to the National Student Loan Clearinghouse (NSC) website. Temple University has authorized NSC to provide information on your current and past enrollment status (full-time or part-time), dates of attendance, degrees sought or awarded, and program of study.

If you do not have a letter available or the desired term is not indicated once you enter this site, it may be that your information has not yet been sent to the NSC. The NSC receives information from Temple University 30 days prior to the start of each term and at the close of each month until the term is complete.

Students who require additional verification information not found through the NSC or require a form be completed should contact the appropriate records office for specific instructions.

Undergraduate and Graduate

Student Loan Verification

Students’ enrollment for loan purposes is verified to the National Student Loan Clearinghouse on a regular schedule during each semester. The Clearinghouse then automatically updates your status with all of your lenders.

If your lender does send a deferment form to you and insists the form be completed, please sign it as required (borrower’s signature) and forward to the Office of the University Registrar. We will then send it to the Clearinghouse in order for them to update the lender. You may also verify your enrollment status by going to the National Student Clearinghouse website. If you have any questions, you may contact them directly at 703-742-7791.

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