Student Records Power Point Presentation
Yes. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law which affords students certain rights in respect to their educational records. The intent of this Act is to protect the privacy of students and their records.
Any "personally identifiable" information that would make a student's identity easily traceable, including;
Information which the University will make available to the public unless a student has specifically requested its restriction by completing a Non-Disclosure Request. Examples include:
Students may "opt out" of having all or part of their Directory Information disclosed without their express permission by completing a Non-Disclosure Request. The Non-Disclosure Request form is available online and in the Registrar's office.
Yes. Students may review all of their educational records except:
Yes, under the following circumstances:
Go to UNF One Stop Student Services website for Privacy of Students Records and FERPA
Try the U.S. Department of Education FERPA website