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Disciplinary Records and FERPA

Disciplinary Records and FERPA

The Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) is a 1974 federal law also known as the Buckley Amendment. Although FERPA contains exceptions for the release of "directory information" without a student's prior written consent, students have the right to request that even such directory information not be disclosed. 

 

FERPA gives students the right to do the following:

  • Control the disclosure of their education records to others 
  • Inspect and review their own education records 
  • Challenge the content of their education records 

The Student Conduct Office uses a separate Disciplinary FERPA waiver. Please note the Student Proxy Form that applies to grades and financial information does not apply to the Student Conduct Office. 

 

More Information

Parental Notification  
Records Expungement