Effective October 24, 2022 all verifications, except those obtains through the NSC, will display a student's lived name. Be sure to confirm your lived name and/or make updates prior to requesting a verification.
Free Enrollment Verifications may be obtained using UC Merced's Enrollment Verification service (through the National Student Clearinghouse), by accessing your student portal. Enrollment verifications for future terms can be obtained starting the first day of the semester.
Web: connect.ucmerced.edu. Select 'MyStudentRecord;' and 'Access National Student Clearinghouse for Enrollment Verifications.'
Did you try the obtain a free enrollment verification from the National Student Clearinghouse, but weren't successful? Does your recipient require more information than is available on the on-demand verification type? Additional methods to obtain the information you need.
UC Merced has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide degree and enrollment verification. National Student Clearinghouse may be contacted at: www.studentclearinghouse.org or www.degreeverify.org
Note that degree verification is not available until your degree is conferred. Keep in mind the degree conferral timeline for a term may take several weeks. You may review your unofficial transcript at any time to confirm if your degree has been awarded.
Often times student clubs, Greek organizations and non-UC Merced sanctioned sports teams have to verify their student members' enrollment and GPA information. In cooperation with the Office of Student Life and Recreation and Athletics, this form is now available to make the process of obtaining this verification easier. The form is available online. Make sure you follow all the instructions.
The Secretary of State of California provides apostilles or certifications for documents to be used outside the United States. If you need an apostille for a foreign country or institution, please review the California Secretary of State website for instructions at www.sos.ca.gov/business/notary/authentication.htm. The first step is to have your document notarized using a notary service of your choice. (UC Merced does not provide this service.)