**Third Parties please note: The School of Medicine Registrar’s Office does not verify degrees via the phone. If you are unable to verify a degree or enrollment through the National Student Clearinghouse, please email your request and student release to firstname.lastname@example.org
Verifications for Federal Student Lenders
It is not necessary for students to request enrollment or degree verification from the Office of the University Registrar or the School of Medicine Registrar for federal student loan deferments. The lenders and servicing agencies for federal student loans download this information directly from the NSC on a regular basis.
Note that the anticipated degree date reported by the Clearinghouse to your loan lenders prior to your actual graduation is a calculated value based upon your year in school and enrollment status. They use it to project when you may no longer be in school and entering repayment on your loans.
For additional assistance with student loans, Danforth Campus students and parents may contact Student Financial Services. Medical students should contact the Office of Student Financial Planning at the School of Medicine.
Verification Request for Students
Most current and former Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine students who need verification of their enrollment or degrees may obtain a Verification-on-Demand PDF document from WebSTAC at any time. Simply log into WebSTAC, select “Academics,” then “Verification” from the menu and proceed as instructed.
Or, students may submit a request to the School of Medicine Registrar’s Office. Requests must be signed (not electronically) in order to be accepted. Your completed request may be sent to email@example.com.
Please complete the Document Request Form or submit a document which includes the following information:
- Name (including name while in attendance if now different)
- Social Security (last 4 digits) or student identification number
- Program and degree received
- Approximate dates of attendance
- Your address and phone number
- Mailing or email address of the person to be sent the requested documents
- Sign and date the request indicating any deadline dates that may apply
Please note that students sending requests via clearinghouses such as ERAS must still send a signed request before their information can be uploaded.
Requests for Information on Residency or Fellowship Training:
Requests from Medical Staff Offices, State License Boards or other Credentialing/Privileging bodies wishing to gather competency or completion of training data for Residency or Clinical Fellowship training, please submit your request to the Office for Graduate Medical Education (GME) at GME@wustl.edu. The GME Office will work with the individual training program to gather the requested information.