Proof of Enrollment
Current students should request proof of enrollment at USF or a Good Student Discount certificate for their insurance company by logging into MyUSF with their NetID and password and selecting Proof of Enrollment under the Student Records menu of OASIS. This will take students to the National Student Clearinghouse.
The National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) is USF's authorized agent for providing proof of enrollment. The link is now live and students can get on demand enrollment certifications through their OASIS account. Students should use this service to view and print their enrollment certification.
Please note: Proof of enrollment is not available for the current term until the second week of classes. Future enrollment cannot be certified.
Non degree-seeking student and undergraduates enrollment status requirements are the same.
Students with a unique need for enrollment verification to a third party; e.g. any lender or loan servicer form requiring direct completion by USF personnel must be a current student. First semester students must attend orientation and be in the second week of classes before getting a proof of enrollment through the NSC.
Alumni who need proof of USF enrollment or verification of a USF degree earned must request an official USF transcript. Outside agencies obtain USF student enrollment status and degree verification online directly from the National Student Clearinghouse at www.degreeverify.org.
Students with unique required forms for enrollment or degree certification should send these forms electronically to email@example.com. Students will receive a confirmation email that will state the expected processing time, which varies during each academic term.
- Enter OASIS and select Student on the Main Menu below
- Select Student Records
- Select Request Proof of Enrollment
- Select the type and "Obtain an enrollment certificate" to download your proof of enrollment
Still have questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page for quick answers and helpful information.