WSU students who have not attended the University for one semester or more (summer excluded) are classified as "returning" students. Returning students must complete the Intent to Return form, which is available at the Warrior Hub (Maxwell 2nd Floor) or may be printed through the link below.
Intent to Return form
Students are considered to be "returning transfer students" if they have attended another college or university (summer excluded) since they last attended WSU and they intend to take further coursework at WSU. Official transcripts are required for all college/university attendance. Returning transfer students must complete the WSU Application for Transfer and Returning Transfer Admission, which is available in the office of Admissions (Maxwell Hall, First Floor) or may be printed through the link below.
Transfer Application form
In order to qualify for employment, insurance coverage, or scholarships, or to satisfy certain legal requirements, students commonly need to provide proof of enrollment or proof of graduation. Human resource offices in some large companies routinely request such information on behalf of new applicants. To assure compliance with state and federal laws that guarantee data privacy, the Registrar's Office requires that all such requests be in writing and be accompanied by a signed release from the student.
Winona State University regularly provides a complete file of enrollment and graduation data to the National Student Clearinghouse, a non-profit organization founded by the higher education community to streamline the student record verification process for colleges and universities, students and alumni, lending institutions, employers, and other organizations. The Clearinghouse maintains a comprehensive electronic registry of student records that provides a single, highly automated point-of-contact for organizations and individuals requiring timely, accurate verification of student enrollment, degree, and loan data. By providing appropriate identification to the Clearinghouse, a student or someone authorized by the student can obtain the necessary enrollment/degree verification electronically, often faster than the Registrar's office can provide it. To order your Enrollment Verification online go to:
National Student Clearinghouse
For more information, contact the National Student Clearinghouse by e-mail at:
or by phone at: 703-742-7791 or visit their web site: http://www.studentclearinghouse.org/
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