Request Enrollment, Degree Verification or Deferment
The National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) is the authorized agent for providing enrollment verification certificates for curriculum students only. This is a free service offered in cooperation with Wake Tech. A student may obtain an enrollment certificate to print and mail to a health insurer or other company that requests proof of his or her enrollment. The NSC meets all FERPA requirements and can accommodate requests immediately.
Log into my.waketech.edu to access the online portal for enrollment verification.
Request degree verification
NSC also is the authorized agent for providing degree verification. Employers and background-screening firms requesting this information should contact NSC online or by calling at 703-742-4200. The clearinghouse meets all FERPA requirements and can accommodate requests immediately.
Students may continue to submit verification requests to the Registration and Student Records Office in person, via mail or via fax. These will be processed within two business days.
Wake Tech has authorized NSC to provide enrollment verification to lending agencies. Students receiving deferment paperwork from their lending institutions need to advise their lenders to go through NSC. Wake Tech does not provide enrollment information directly to lending agencies nor fill out the paperwork.
Deferment frequently asked questions
Most lenders and loan servicers that are members of the Clearinghouse participate in a paperless deferment process. If your lender participates in the National Student Clearinghouse, you do not have to complete a deferment form, and your enrollment will be verified electronically. If your lender does not participate in the paperless deferment and needs a paper deferment form completed, the form can be mailed or dropped off at the mailing address below. All deferment forms submitted to the Registrar's Office are forwarded to the Clearinghouse for processing. Please be sure the following information is included on the form:
- Borrower information (name, address, Social Security number, etc.)
- Loan holder or servicer's address
- Semester you are registered for (please write this on top of the form)
- Student's signature
- Any other pertinent information listed on the form
Deferment forms that are not filled out completely could delay the processing of your deferment request.
Registration & Records
Wake Technical Community College
9101 Fayetteville, Road
Raleigh, NC 27603
If you receive a collection letter from a lender during a term in which you believe you should be in deferred status, contact your lender to verify that your deferment has been processed. If the lender indicates that the deferment has still not been processed, call the Clearinghouse at 703-742-4200 and ask for a student representative. The representative will verify when your deferment information was sent and, if you are being threatened with default, intervene on your behalf with your lender to ensure your deferment is processed on a priority basis.
Each semester, Wake Tech electronically submits a student's enrollment status to the National Student Clearinghouse, which, in turn, supplies the verification of enrollment to lending agencies. A student's enrollment information for a future term will be electronically sent after the census date of the new semester (10% point).