- An enrollment verification letter for a particular semester or term is used by health insurance and loan companies. This letter will include the dates of the semester or term; full-, half- or less than half-time status; and anticipated graduation date (if known).
- A history of enrollment letter includes enrollment information for more than one semester or term. This letter will include the dates of the semesters and/or terms and full-, half- or less than half-time status for the specified period.
- A "Good Student Discount" letter is used by auto insurance companies. Generally, this letter includes your term or cumulative grade point average. To be eligible for a "Good Student Discount" or an "Extended Good Student Discount", you meet all requirements as outlined by the auto insurance company. Please note that a 4.0 grade point average is an "A" average, a 3.0 grade point average is a "B" average, and a 2.0 grade point average is a "C" average.
- A letter of good standing may be requested by transferring students (usually at the request of another institution). This letter will include academic standing (good standing, probation, or suspension), dates of attendance, and total semester hours earned.