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--- Marc Chrusch <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I suspect that in order to get the letter from the Registrar, you'd 
> need more than just classes - likely you'd need to be actually 
> enrolled in the school and matriculated in a degree program in order 
> to get the "I'm a full time student" letter.

Out here you only need 8 graduate credits or 15 undergrad. No letters from registrars.

> Unless perhaps if you worked at a university.
> Or maybe knew the Registrar pretty well.
> Or could get your hands on the appropriate stationary or know what it 
> looks like and are handy with Photoshop.
> Or had something on the Registrar.

Yeah, but who ever has that kind of access to the innerworkings of a university... you'd have to
be a sysop or something. Nobody we know.

Jerm  


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