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How Do I Request an Enrollment Certification?

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Stanford University has contracted with the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide you with Enrollment Certification free of charge. You can generate and print an Enrollment Certification directly from your computer using the procedure below. This is equivalent to an official Stanford enrollment certification.

Stanford sends your enrollment information to the NSC at the beginning of each term.  You should allow one to two weeks for the NSC to process data, after which it will be available on your enrollment certification. Stanford sends your enrollment information to the NSC monthly. If you recently made changes to your enrollment and would like an enrollment certification that reflects these changes, please allow 1-2 weeks for the NSC information to be updated.

For more detail about an Enrollment Certification, see Certifications and Verifications.

For current or prospective employers: Stanford University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to act as its agent for purposes of enrollment and degree verification. The NSC is able to verify degrees for an employer only if you have not placed a privacy block on your academic record. Your name when enrolled and date of birth are required for identification purposes and degree verification. Additionally, your eight-digit Stanford Student ID number helps NSC complete the request faster. Please have the employer contact the National Student Clearinghouse for current verification information, instructions, and fees.

For student loan lenders: The National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) is a national agency that acts on Stanford's behalf to certify enrollment to most national lenders for student loan deferments. Stanford’s agreement with the NSC enables the lender to retrieve your enrollment information from the NSC directly and should eliminate the need for you to submit an enrollment certification form each quarter. You can learn more about the National Student Clearinghouse on their website. Contact the Student Services Center if your lender is unwilling or cannot use the services provided by the NSC.

To request an Enrollment Certification

Please note that certification of enrollment cannot be provided until after the first day of instruction. 

  1. Under My Academics select Request Certification > Enrollment Certification, 
my academics enrollment certification button


2. You will be redirected to the new Myhub portal; click Login,

myhub home page

3.  Click into the box for the college name, and type Stanford University, then click Continue,

myhub enter college field

4.  You will be prompted to set up multi-factor authentication by selecting one of the available methods, and then enter the verification code sent to your mobile device,

myhub multi-factor authentication

5.  Once you are logged into your Myhub account, click on the Self Service dashboard card or tab.  While viewing the Self Service page, under the Enrollment History section, select one of the available drop-down options:  All Enrollment Certificate, or Current Enrollment Certificate.  Lastly, click the Download button,

myhub self-service tab

6.  The enrollment certificate will download as a PDF.  Enrollment certificates from Stanford University display the Stanford watermark.   


Note:  Former students who no longer have an active Stanford email may continue to obtain enrollment certificates by visiting, and following steps 2-6 listed above, with the exception that during step 2, you will need to use one of the social sign-on options, LinkedIn or Google.  In order for Myhub to locate your student records, please be sure to provide your primary name while attending Stanford.