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Enrollment Verification Letter

International Student Enrollment Verification Letter

ENROLLMENT STATUS

INSTRUCTIONS

(please follow the steps bellow based on your enrollment status)

Currently enrolled full-time

 

  1. Log on to myStudent Centre
  2. Under the Academics section, select “Request Enrollment Verification” from the dropdown menu and click the “>>” go button

*The requested letter will be available for print immediately*

 

Currently enrolled AND need coop letter to apply for a coop work permit

 

You will need two letters to apply for your coop work permit:

 

1) Letter of Enrollment

  1. Log on to myStudent Centre
  2. Under the Academics section, select “Request Enrollment Verification” from the dropdown menu and click the “>>” go button

*The requested letter will be available for print immediately*

2) Coop Letter:

  1. Visit the link below to print your coop letter: https://www.sheridancollege.ca/admissions/international-centre/current-students/coop-letter

 

*You must combine both letters into one PDF file and attach it to the coop work permit application*

 

 

  • Currently enrolled part-time
  • Currently on a scheduled school break (proof of request from employer/proof of scheduled US visa interview is required)
  • Currently enrolled in ESL studies
  • Currently on a coop work term
  • Not registered
    • Readmission to program studies (contact your Program Coordinator to obtain signed Readmission and Program Completion Forms, and then submit to the International Centre)

 

Please complete Enrollment Verification Letter Request Form below

 

 

 

The Enrollment Verification Letter will not be released if you have one or more negative indicators on your Sheridan account (i.e. outstanding balance, expired study permit).


NOTES:
  • This form is for International Students ONLY (Domestic students please apply through the Office of the Registrar).
  • It is the student's responsibility to review the accuracy of the content of the letter.