An enrollment verification serves as documentation that a student is enrolled for a particular semester as a full-time, three-quarter time, half-time or less than half-time student. Enrollment verification certificates are frequently needed to verify eligibility for health insurance coverage, loan deferments and for other discounts and services available to individuals enrolled in colleges and universities.
Obtaining an enrollment verification certificate
Enrollment verification certificates are available following the end of the drop and add period. An enrollment verification certificate can be printed through GoWMU following these steps:
- Login to GoWMU using your Bronco Net ID and password
- Click on Enrollment Verification Certificate under Academic Services on the My Self-Service tab
- Select a term
Enrollment verification certificates can also be obtained in person in the Registrar’s Office with picture identification.
Western Michigan University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide enrollment and degree verifications. Third parties can obtain verification of student enrollment and degrees by going to the Clearinghouse website:
The website is available 24/7 and is the preferred method of verification for Western Michigan University.