Students and, in limited cases, their parents have the right to inspect and review the student's educational record; exercise a limited control over the disclosure of information contained in the student's educational record; seek to correct a student's educational record; report violations of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), which provides the minimum standards for the management of student educational records; and be informed about the student's FERPA rights. The University designates some personally identifiable information contained in a student's educational record as "Directory Information" in order that the University may, unless the student has expressly objected, disclose the information without a student's further prior written consent. Access to a student's educational record by a third party for legitimate educational purposes or release by University officials is permitted under certain circumstances.
For additional information, refer to University Policy 09-08-01, Access to and Release of Education Records.
Please refer to the "Faculty Guide to Office of the University Registrar Services and Procedures" as well as for questions about grades or other Registrar's Office matters.