The verification task will act as a registration hold on students’ accounts until they complete it. Students will still have access to other pages on DukeHub (i.e. Financials) and can add class to their shopping cart, but they cannot add or drop any classes. If a student is on a waitlist and a seat opens up the eligible student will not be able to enroll from the waitlist until the student completes the verification activity guide.
Below are screenshots of the guide for reference. Students can complete portions of the guide, leave the guide, and return to where they left off. Students can see which section they are in at the left. If a section is marked with an open circle, the student can access that section. If a section is marked with a filled green circle, they have completed that section. If a section is marked with an “i” in a blue bubble, that section has yet to completed and the student cannot access that section until they complete the previous section.
Students must select the ‘Verify’ button in order for the ‘Next’ button to be made available. Students must select the ‘Next’ button to move to the next section. If a student edits information on the page and selects ‘Save’, the ‘Verify’ button will automatically be marked and the ‘Next’ button will be available to select to move forward.
Navigate to Tasks under the My Information menu items to complete the Student Verification of Data.
Select Student Verification under Tasks.
The Student Verification will open in a new tab.
Select the ‘Mark as Read’ button to start the verification and then select the ‘Next’ button to proceed with the verification.
Students residing in Duke residence halls
Students residing in Duke residence halls will have a Campus Res Hall/Apartment address listed and do not need to provide an additional current address. Students are not able to update this address type. If a residence hall assignment is incorrect, complete the rest of the verification and then follow up with Housing & Residence Life.
Students NOT residing in Duke residence halls
Students NOT residing in Duke residence halls will need to provide a Current address if one is not listed or update as appropriate.
If a student's Current address is the same as the Home or Mail address, it must still be reentered and identified as a Current address.
International students must have an Intl. Addr address type.
If the Complete Task status to the left is still an open circle, the student has not completed the task. Once the guide is complete the hold will be removed.