A ‘letter of good standing' is a term used to describe a letter issued by a Credential Analyst from the Credential Student Service Center. The letter indicates when a credential candidate is expected to finish the credential program and it verifies what authorizations will be allowed under the respective credential. This letter is free to current credential candidates; however, we may limit the number of your requests. We suggest that you make copies of your letter or make it a PDF for your records for future agencies.
Letters of Good Standing can be provided after Census date (20th instructional date of the semester).
Please follow the procedures below to request a Letter of Good Standing:
Due to privacy restrictions, we cannot send these letters to a third party.
For your planning, please know that requests are handled on a first-come, first-served basis although the official processing of credential documents will take precedence over verification requests.
Updated on 1/24/2019