Through NazNet, Nazareth students can print certificates showing proof of enrollment, and find information about loan status and deferrals from the National Student Clearinghouse. The Clearinghouse is a non-profit association founded by the higher education community; they maintain a comprehensive electronic registry of student records that provide a single, highly automated point-of-contact for organizations and individuals requiring timely, accurate verification of student enrollment, degree, and loan data.
- Log into NazNet with your student account.
- Click on Enrollment Verification in the National Student Clearinghouse section of your NazNet screen
- This link will take you to the Clearinghouse site
From the Clearinghouse screen, you can do the following:
- Select ‘Obtain an Enrollment Certificate’ to print a verification of your current (or past) enrollment;
- Select ‘Obtain a Good Student Discount Certificate’ to print and mail to an auto insurer or other company that requests proof of your status as a Good Student for the current term;
- Select ‘View the student loan deferment notifications’ to see what the Clearinghouse has provided to your loan holders (lenders and guarantors);
- Select ‘Order or Track a Transcript’ to place and follow-up on transcript processing you have requested (on-line payment available);
- Select “View specific information about my student loans’ for secure information about your loans.
When you submit loan deferral forms to the Registrar’s Office, we forward them to the National Student Clearinghouse, and in turn they respond to your lenders based on your current enrollment and eligibility for loan deferment. Remember, from your NazNet account (see screenshot above), you can select ‘View the student loan deferment notifications’ to see what the Clearinghouse has provided to your loan holders (lenders and guarantors).
Note: We will officially certify your enrollment only for the term(s) in which you are actually enrolled. Enrollments for a future term are processed after the first day of the new term. We only indicate “anticipated enrollment” for future terms if verification needs to be sent prior to the start of the term.