Check out the live webinars available from the Clearinghouse Academy in September 2023.
The National Student Clearinghouse Contracts with State of Rhode Island for its DiplomaVerify High School Program
The entire globe is wrestling with the same set of issues: micro-credentials are booming in popularity and how skills play into lifelong learning. Here are 3 observations from the Annual Groningen Declaration Network Meeting to address the issues.
Electronic Services: A Fast, Trustworthy Approach to Benefit Students and Reduce Your Administrative Burdens
There are many exceptional services offered by the National Student Clearinghouse that can improve service and reduce your administrative workload.
The University of Mary Washington Wins with Better Data and Support from the National Student Clearinghouse
Rita Dunston, registrar at the University of Mary Washington, tells about the many ways working with the Clearinghouse has helped her institution.
A key enhancement to G from DV clarifies important graduated status reporting details.
How to Handle Requests to Reverify a Verification
On occasion, an institution faces unfortunate circumstances that result in the need to revoke a degree that has been awarded. It is important that you immediately notify the Clearinghouse, as your degree verification partner.
Whether your office is closed for the holidays or a student’s degree is pending conferral, DegreeVerify’s Pending Message Alert keeps requestors informed.
Per NSLDS guidelines, institutions must report students who have successfully completed a program as graduated in a timely and accurate manner, which can be done through either our free Enrollment Reporting or DegreeVerify services. Under 150% Direct Loan Regulations, there are special requirements for reporting graduates.
We’ve gained some insight into the background screening process your students experience when they apply for jobs. Did you know that our ability to verify education as quickly as possible improves the chances that your students will get offers for the jobs they really want?