If you are a current or former student, click above to submit a verification request online. You can request a letter or upload a form to be filled out. (If you are not the student, please see Third Party Requests Below.)
The information that may be requested includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Past, current, and/or future enrollment (with or without credit hours)
- BYU credit hours earned
- BYU cumulative GPA
- Academic Standing
- Degree Earned
- Financial Aid and Scholarships received
- Tuition Paid
- Tuition Billing Statement
- Health Plan Charges and Payments
- Housing Charges and Payments
Third Party Requests (Request from the Public)
The following directory information may be disclosed to the public without the consent of the student:
- Past or current dates of attendance
- Past, current, or future enrollment status (full-time, part-time, less than half-time)
- Class Standing (freshman, sophomore, etc.)
- Anticipated graduation date
- Month and day of birth
- Degrees sought
- Degrees and awards received
- Deferred registration eligibility
Third parties may submit a request to the BYU Registrar’s Office by mail, fax, or YMessage. If a third party is requesting any non-directory information, a signed release from the student must accompany the request.
Requests should include the following information:
- Student’s full name
- Student’s month and day of birth
- Name and contact information of requestor
- Mailing address, email, or fax # where verification should be sent
- Signature of requestor
Send the request to:
Mail: BYU Registrar’s Office, B-150 ASB, Provo, UT 84602
Fax: (801) 422-0613
YMessage – Choose Topic: Admissions and Registration > Proof of Enrollment or Degree
Your lender can tell you what your status needs to be to defer paying your student loan.
We send enrollment information to National Student Clearinghouse (NCH), who then gives this information to their member lenders. Some of these lenders are Utah Lenders/Banks, Sallie Mae, Zion’s Bank, UHEAA, and FedLoan Servicing.
Your lender should ask NCH for your enrollment information. Make sure we know your anticipated graduation date and that your lender knows that you are a student at BYU.
*Independent Study courses do not count toward enrollment status.