The National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) acts as Miami University's authorized agent for providing degree verification for graduates and enrollment verification for current students. NSC receives data electronically from Miami University and, in compliance with FERPA, dispenses the information electronically to requesting lending institutions, prospective employers, background investigative firms, and credit granting agencies.
Miami University reports awarded degrees to NSC approximately two weeks after graduation. Student enrollment and anticipated graduation dates are reported to NSC approximately every 30 days, during the Fall and Spring semesters, and twice during the Summer session.
|Status||Undergraduate Students||Graduate Students|
|Full-time||12 or more credit hours||9 or more credit hours|
|Half-time*||6-11 credit hours||5-8 credit hours|
|Less than half-time||< 6 credit hours||< 5 credit hours|
*For undergraduate aid award determination purposes, a three-quarter time student is registered for 9-11 credit hours.
Courses from which a student withdraws and receives a grade of ‘W’ will not count in enrolled/actively registered hours when determining a student’s enrollment status.
Students are strongly encouraged to contact their lenders and insurance agents to determine continued eligibility for loan deferments and insurance coverage before taking an action that will drop their enrollment status below full-time.
Self-service enrollment verifications can be used for health insurers, credit issuers, housing providers, and others seeking verification of your enrollment. All such verifications/certifications printed from the NSC secure site are official and need no further institutional signatures or seals. The NSC enrollment verification/certification form is easily and clearly identifiable with the distinctive “tree” watermark.
Access the self-service secure site at NSC to:
From the NSC secure site self-service menu select “Obtain an Enrollment Certificate” and indicate whether it will be for the current term or for all terms of enrollment.
Current students may access and print an unofficial transcript through BannerWeb.