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Take control of your private information. Starting with the Spring 2008 term OAR will be asking current students to do exactly that. We will no longer be offering verification forms at our window but want to direct you to WebVerify*. WebVerify allows you to give any third party access to your private information with you controlling what they can see and how long they can see it. The recipient receives information that is identical to the information OAR has previously sent when verifying your enrollment, dates attended, major, GPA, and other enrollment based information.

*For International verifications, verifications in regards to academic eligibility or judicial review, and admission applications please submit the form found at the following link to the Office of Academic Records: Verification Form (this will open a new window with a "pdf" format)

Advantages of WebVerify

  • Verifications are Completed Instantly!
  • No Paperwork
  • No Lag time for Mailing
  • You can Confirm Receipt
  • You Manage the Information-
    • What you send
    • When you send it

Note: You will need email addresses for recipients before you start.

To use WebVerify, just follow the easy steps below.

Step1. Go to your and click on the Personal Info tab.

Go to the Web Verify area and click on the link called "Click Here"

Step 3. The WebVerify Channel allows you to create an access code for third party users to see your information. Just click “Create a new access code.”

Create anew access code

Step 4. Here you will be able to choose the specific information the third party will have.

Make sure to check the correct boxes of only the information you want to be shared.

Check the correct boxes to allow the information the third party will see

Before leaving this page, assign a date for this user’s access to expire* and create a reference note for the user. Reference notes will allow the third party to link your information to a specific account or policy number. The note will also help you track this third party user’s history as they access your information.

Create a reference note and assign an expiration date.

Step 5. The information entered here will become the text of the email the third party will receive. You must enter the email address of the third party you want to receive this information and add additional text to the recipient. If the email address is not correct the recipient will not be able to view your information. When finished, click “Send.” An access code has been generated and sent to the third party recipient. You are finished.

Enter correct e-mail addresses for all recipients

Your access code has been sent via email. You may follow up on the use of your access codes to see if and when your information has been accessed by using the “Request Access History” area.

Request Access History area

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