Request Letters from the ELI Office Online
Students are encouraged to make requests for the below letters online and pick up the documents at the ELI Office. Students will receive an e-mail from the ELI Office after the document has been finished and is ready for pickup. Please e-mail the ELI Program Assistants at firstname.lastname@example.org to check the status of your letter request if you do not receive a response within 2-3 business days after submitting. Click the button below to begin your Letter Request.
Explanation of Letters
Enrollment Letter Request
This letter is a written statement that a student is studying/has studied at the English Language Institute and includes the semester dates. If you need a letter multiple terms please include the terms in the "notes" section.
Proof of Address Request (Bank Letter)
This letter is a written statement confirming a student's address in the United States. It is commonly requested to open a US bank account.
Certificate of Completion
Students that have passed all of their ELI classes during a session are eligible to receive a Certificate of Completion. Certificates for each term are processed one week after the end of the term (i.e. Spring II 2012 ends on May 11 - certificates will begin to be made on May 18, 2012). Students that fail one or more classes in a term will recieve an Enrollment Letter as a record of their attendance at the ELI program.
Visa Renewal Letter
Students that will travel to their home country and renew their F-1 visa should request this letter as supporting documentation that they have been attending ELI Pace University.
Change of Address Form
Students are encouraged to submit the Change of Address form within 5 business days of moving to a new house. The English Language Institute will update both the Pace University record and the SEVIS Immigration Record with the new address. Students that change their address in Pace Portal will not be able to update their SEVIS record.
Please visit the ELI Office should you require any other letters to be written that are not available for online requests.