Verification of enrollment provides proof of enrollment, graduation, student status, or other student-related information. It does not provide specific course information or grades, as found on an official transcript. Verification of enrollment is usually requested by a student's financial lender, insurance company, or sponsor. Current students can print their own verifications or can request a verification letter from the Registrar's office. Verifications are available free of charge to all current and former students.
On-line: Current Students please follow the instructions to access the National Student Clearinghouse via myNOVA. This is the most immediate way to obtain an enrollment verification.
If you cannot login through myNOVA, submit a verification request using the online form.
In Person: Current and former students may order verifications of enrollment or degree in person from the Office of the Registrar (Tolentine 203). Office hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Please allow 2 working days for processing your request.
By Mail, Email or Fax: Provide any forms required by the requesting agency(s), along with the information listed below. Illegible or missing information will prevent processing.
Mail requests to:
Office of the Registrar
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085
Email requests to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax requests to: 610-519-4033
Standard delivery of verifications is by First Class US Postal Service mail. All outgoing mail is safely sealed to ensure confidentiality of the contents. All address information should be double-checked to insure accuracy and completeness. We cannot accept responsibility for non-delivery if the address provided to us is either incomplete or incorrect. We cannot accept responsibility for delivery by the United States Postal Service or timely processing by the recipient. Verification requests are normally processed within two working days of receipt.
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