You can get an enrollment certification to send to health insurers, housing providers, or other organizations requiring proof of your enrollment. This certification doesn’t include course information, grade information, or your GPA.
If you need to prove that you qualify for a good student discount on your auto insurance, you can request a good student discount document instead.
Log into One.IU and go to Enrollment Verification Certificate to print either document. You can also:
- See deferment forms and electronic notifications sent to your lenders
- Get a list of your student loan lenders
- View your enrollment history
You’ll need to complete and sign an enrollment certification request form if either of the following apply to you:
- You need verification for a term in which you didn’t have a valid Social Security Number on file with IU
- You need verification of enrollment prior to 2007
You can find the enrollment certification request form on the Indiana University Transcripts website. Return the signed certification request to the address listed on the form, or email it to email@example.com.
To request enrollment certification for a Parent PLUS loan, fax or mail a copy of your completed, signed loan deferment request form to Student Central, ATTN: Certifications, or upload it using our secure contact form. Make sure this deferment request includes the name and address of your loan servicer.
Be sure to include all information for the parent borrower and for the student on your deferment request. The lender associates the parent’s Social Security Number with the student’s enrollment record. Both the parent and student Social Security Numbers must be clearly indicated on your deferment request.
Once we’ve received your paperwork, we recommend that you call the loan servicer, explain that your deferment request is in process through NSC, and ask the lender to defer your loan.
Note that Indiana University reports the student’s enrollment only. The lender decides whether or not to defer and answers all questions about the loan.Learn more about deferment