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Standard Enrollment Verification

This verification contains your enrollment status for all terms at USU.

Download Enrollment Certificate
You can download an enrollment certificate from withinBanner.

Complete Academic Verification

This is an official document confirming your attendance, awarded degrees, current and past enrollment, expected graduation date, available test scores, cumulative GPA, and other parts of a student record.

Order Academic Verification
You can order an academic verification document online.

Degree & Attendance Verification

The National Student Clearinghouse provides dates of attendance and earned degrees to employers and background screening firms.

Order Verification from National Student Clearinghouse
You can order an enrollment or degree verification online from the National Student Clearinghouse.

Restrict Release of Directory (Public) Information

A student’s Directory (Public) Information, by default, may be released to the public. This form allows you to exercise your right to block the release of Directory Information. Open the form below for instructions and a complete list of what is included in Directory Information.

Privacy of Directory (Public) Information
Please review additional instructions on the Privacy of Directory (Public) Information

One-Time Release of Directory (Public) Information

If you currently have a block set up for your directory information, you can submit this form to allow a one-time exception to the block.

One-time Release of Directory (Public) Information Form
Please review additional instructions on the one-time release of directory (public) information form.

Allow an Individual Access to Your Records

Add delegates to your account who may access all of your information and act on your behalf at USU. This is beneficial if you are taking an extended leave of absence from USU for religious or military service.

Add Delegates to Your Account
You can add delegates on myid.usu.edu. Sign-in and then click "Delegates" on the left menu.

Your Rights

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 prohibits Utah State University from releasing certain personally identifiable information from a student’s record to a third party (e.g. parent, spouse, etc.) without the student’s explicit consent.
Learn More about FERPA

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