Carnegie Mellon University

Enrollment Verifications

An enrollment verification officially provides proof of enrollment at the university. Enrollment information can only be verified from the student record and what is reflected on it. The most common reasons for requesting an enrollment verification include:

  • Student loan agencies and insurance companies wanting to know if a student is enrolled
  • Scholarship committees wanting to know if a student maintained a certain QPA

Registration alone does not constitute enrollment. To be considered enrolled, a student must:

  • Be registered for and currently attending classes
  • Have fulfilled their financial obligation to the university for the semester

Currently enrolled students may request an enrollment verification by visiting SIO and selecting "Request Verification" under the "Academic Info" tab. From there, you will be able to download a PDF enrollment verification.

Former students, parents and family members of current students, and third-party investigators/employers can find helpful information on the Request Verification page.

If a student is registered but not enrolled, a special letter to confirm registration for the upcoming semester may be requested by emailing