The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law which affords applicants and students certain rights with respect to their educational records. The intent of this law is to protect the privacy of students and their records. Visit the FERPA Web site for more information.FERPA provides students the right to:
FERPA provides precise guidelines regarding access to student information for parents, faculty, and staff. Maintaining confidentiality of education records is everyone’s responsibility. The following links are provided to help you understand FERPA and how it relates to you.
A glossary of terms relating to student records and FERPA is also available.
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