Education records may be disclosed to/by:
- Officials of another postsecondary institution where a student seeks or intends to enroll;
- Individuals and agencies who are identified as agents acting on behalf of the University, providing they have a legitimate educational interest;
- A lawfully issued subpoena, court order, or mandated reporting to state and/or federal educational agencies;
- Organizations conducting studies for, or on behalf of, the University.
Note: Directory information does not fall under this category if it has been designated as such by the University.
FERPA | Major Concepts in FERPA | Who is a Student | What is an Education Record? | Exceptions | FERPA Recognized Exceptions |
Legitimate Educational Interests | Records not Protected by FERPA | General Rule: | Disclosure of Education Records |
Releasing Records | Who is a School Official | Confidential Records | "Keeper" of the Record | Parent Access to Student Record | Important Note | Email and Computer Guidelines | Summary | Warnings Against Non-Compliance | Additional Resources |