Arizona State University is frequently asked to certify a student's earned degrees and/or enrollment status (full-time, part-time, etc.). Enrollment status is determined by the number of credits for which a student is enrolled during the term in which certification is requested. Courses a student has withdrawn from are not included. Note that classes taken for audit are included in total enrolled hours.
How to obtain an Enrollment Verification
- Log in to My ASU and navigate to the My Classes box
- Select Grades & Transcripts
- Select Transcripts & Test Scores
- Select Enrollment Verification
You will be able to select from several options including your major, earned degrees, and semester and cumulative GPA, and print out the Enrollment Verification as a PDF.
If you need special information on your Enrollment Verification, or if you need a specialty verification form completed such as the Canadian or Alaskan form, submit an Enrollment Verification Request form at any University Registrar Services location (photo ID required for in-person visits). Requests by email, mail or fax must include the student's verifiable signature. Please allow up to two business days for processing.
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact University Registrar Services, Records & Enrollment Services at 480-965-3124 or email@example.com.
Enrollment & Degree Verification for Outside Agencies and Third Parties
ASU has contracted with the National Student Clearinghouse to process all enrollment and degree verification requests for employers, employment agencies, background search firms, and various other businesses that offer products or services based on the individual's status as an enrolled student.
- If you need assistance, contact National Student Clearinghouse directly at 703-742-4200.
- If the National Student Clearinghouse can confirm the degree or enrollment, the response is immediate and requestors will be able to print or obtain a PDF version of the verification.
- Enrollment verifications for each term will be available starting the first week of classes for that term.
- A fee will be charged for this service.
Full-Time and Part-time Definitions
Fall & Spring Semesters
- Undergraduate students must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours to be considered full time and enrolled in at least nine hours in order to be three-quarter time. Enrollment in six to eight hours is considered half time and enrollment in five or fewer hours is considered less than half time.
- Graduate students must be enrolled in at least nine credit hours to be considered full time and enrolled in seven to eight hours in order to be three-quarter time. Enrollment in five to six hours is considered half time and enrollment in four or fewer hours is considered less than half time.
- Research and teaching assistants must be enrolled in at least six credit hours to be considered full time.
- Undergraduate students must be enrolled in at least four credit hours to be considered full time and enrolled in two to three credit hours in order to be half time. Enrollment in one hour is considered less than half time.
- Graduate students must be enrolled in at least three credit hours to be considered full time and enrolled in at least two credit hours in order to be half time. Enrollment in one hour is considered less than half time.
- Research and teaching assistants must be enrolled in at least two credit hours to be consider full time and one credit hour to be considered half time.
Students are required to be enrolled in a designated co-op course within their college for a minimum of one credit hour during the co-op semester. Co-op students will be identified for enrollment verification purposes as being in full-time status. This will include verification to the National Student Clearinghouse for loan deferment purposes. The co-op experience must meet the clock time in hours of work to meet the full- time enrollment requirement, as monitored by the student’s college. A credit hour is defined as a minimum of 45 clock hours.