As the new academic year gets underway, you need to ensure that your college or university adheres to the current, far-reaching requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). This year, you will confront a growing wave of cybersecurity attacks, third-party data partnerships, and parental requests for academic and health details.
You must release only the information you are legally obligated to provide without revealing confidential details protected by law. Your institution must have policies and notices that comply with the current rules.
What is and what isn’t an educational record?
Are photos and videos protected by FERPA?
What rights does a student have to review and inspect their educational records?
What rights do the parents of college/university students have?
What must a FERPA release form include?
When personally identifiable information can you release without consent?
What situations qualify as a “health and safety emergency”?
When can a student request an amendment to their educational records?
Learn answers to these questions and more during our upcoming webinar: