The Office of the Registrar or University, depending on what is required, assists students in confirming registration, which includes official transcripts, letters of registration and degree verification.
An official University of Toronto transcript is printed on certified paper and lists a student’s full academic history at the time of printing. It is the official version of the transcript students can view in the “Academic History” section of ACORN.
Verification of Current Enrolment
Verification of Enrolment is a summary of your undergraduate student status. You may request your verification letter in person at the Office of the Registrar (GB 157), where it will be printed off immediately. There is no cost for this service.
The summary of your undergraduate student status is printed on official U of T Engineering letterhead and certified with a stamp from the Office of the Registrar. The information printed on the verification includes your name, address, degree program, current session and year of study and registration status.
Letters of Registration
Letters of Registration confirm a student’s registration within the Faculty and University. Letters are printed on official letterhead and certified with a stamp. As such, letters cannot be faxed or sent by email.
Letters of Registration can confirmation one or more of the following:
- Current and/or past registration
- Year and program of study
- Full- or part-time status
- Expected and/or incurred expenses
- Eligibility to enrol in an upcoming session
- Expected graduation date
- Successful completion of degree
$8.00 plus $0.50 for additional copies. Letters are not processed until payment is received.
Accepted forms of payment include cash, money order and credit card. Money orders should be made out to “University of Toronto.” Credit card payments must be made through the Engineering Portal. After which, students should write the confirmation number on the Letter of Registration request form.
To order a Letter of Registration, a student must complete the Letter of Registration Request Form and submit it to the Office of the Registrar:
- In-person (GB 157)
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: 416-978-1866
- Mail: Office of the Registrar, U of T Engineering, 35 St. George Street, Room 157, M5S 1A4
Letters take approximately 3-5 days to process (does not include mailing time, if requested). During busy periods, the processing time may be longer.
All third-party requests for verification of a graduate’s degree are processed by U of T’s Confirmation of Degree website.
U of T graduates who require a letter of degree confirmation should visit the University’s Certification of Degree website.