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FERPA

FERPA is the Federal law, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and it protects the privacy of the student education records and guarantees students’ access to their own records. Read more about these rights.

 

FERPA Annual Notification

UPPS No. 01.04.31 - Access to Student Records Pursuant to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.
 

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Forms

Grant Access to Student Records 
Revoke Access to Student Records
Parental Affidavit of Dependency
Permission to Pick Up Records

 

Privacy Holds

Instructions to place or remove privacy holds

If and when a student requests for our office to place a Privacy Hold on their record, our staff is not allowed to release any information without a written consent.  If and when a student decides to remove a privacy hold, they must submit a request in writing. A completed, physically signed form can be returned to the Office of the University Registrar either in person, by email, faxed or mailed in along with a legible copy of the student’s driver’s license or state ID (required to verify signature).