Verification is often required¬†for purposes of health insurance coverage, good student auto insurance discounts, loan deferments, VA benefits, etc.
Verification are available in two formats:
Please note: Verifications needed for the purpose of an apostille and/or visa requirements will need to be submitted via the Office of the Registrar for a hard-copy verification. ¬†
Rice University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide verification for Rice students.
To request an electronic verification:
Within minutes after placing an order, the National Student Clearinghouse will present you with a verification certificate or notification of pending research of academic record. This verification page also includes a link to a PDF version of your verification certificate containing the same information, which you can print and/or save.
Please Note: The National Student Clearinghouse cannot provide enrollment verifications for current students who have requested that their directory information be kept confidential. If your directory information is confidential, you must request enrollment verification through the Office of the Registrar directly (see below).
This web application provides public directory information of the computerized records for students enrolled since Fall 1999 and is available here.
The Office of the Registrar provides hard-copy enrollment and degree verifications. Verifications needed for the purpose of an apostille and/or visa requirements will be provide on Office of the Registrar letterhead and can be notarized.
To request a hard-copy verification:
Processing Time: Hard-copy verification processing takes 2-5 business days during non-peak periods and 5-7 business days during peak periods.
Please note that students with certain holds on their account will not be able to obtain electronic or hard-copy verifications until the hold is cleared. The Office of the Registrar cannot remove holds governed by a different office or department. Please contact the appropriate department if you have a hold on your account. For more information about holds, click here.¬†
Questions regarding verifications should be directed to email@example.com.