The Office of the Registrar can verify your enrollment status for current and future semesters for which you are officially registered at UH Mānoa including: anticipated graduation date, semester(s) of attendance, start and end dates for each semester, number of credits carried, grade point average (GPA), or other pertinent information regarding your academic record. Enrollment status (e.g. full time, half time, etc.) is not provided for past semesters.
Once your degree is completed and posted to your academic record/transcript, you can obtain a degree verification letter through the Office of the Registrar. Please allow between 8-10 weeks from the end of the recent semester to request a degree verification.
Order a Verification
If you need the Office of the Registrar to provide a letter or to complete an outside agency’s form to verify this information, submit the agency’s form or a Request for Verification of Enrollment (PDF) to the Office of the Registrar at email@example.com.
Note: You must specify the semester you need verified and sign the form as indicated in order for your request to be processed.
- While requests are usually processed within five business days, it may take longer during peak periods (e.g., the beginning of the semester).
- There is no fee for enrollment verification.
- For your privacy, your verification will not include your Social Security Number or date of birth unless you have specifically requested they be included.
Common Application College Report Form
University of Hawai’i at Mānoa students planning to transfer to another school which utilizes the Common Application should use the following instructions (PDF) to have the College Report Form completed and submitted ONLY if required by the destination institution.
UH Mānoa has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide verification of enrollment and degree(s) earned from the University. Third parties (e.g., employers, background screening firms, etc.) can request a verification of enrollment and degree(s) earned by contacting the National Student Clearinghouse or at 703-742-4200.