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Academic Verification Letters

The University uses a secure electronic document system, called Digitary CORE, which allows both undergraduate and graduate students to request and access verification letters online. 

Council Tax Exemption Letters

If you are a graduate student and live within the area served by Cambridge City Council you do not need to apply for a council tax exemption letter.  You will need to apply for exemption via the City Council's website, and the Council will use information provided by the University to confirm your eligibility for exemption. 

Requesting a Letter

Digital academic verification letters can only be requested via your CamSIS self-service and will contain information from your CamSIS student record.  The letter will be generated automatically and should be available within five working days. In CamSIS go do apply for things/verification letters.

If the information in the letter is not correct, check your personal details and course registration in CamSIS.  If you need help doing this or would like further information, please contact:

Student.Registry@admin.cam.ac.uk

Your College or Department may be able to prepare other bespoke letters which include information not contained on the Academic Verification Letter.  Please contact your departmental or College administrator for information.