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The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) protects the privacy of student records by requiring prior written consent before disclosing personally identifiable information to a third party. It applies to colleges and universities that receive funding from the federal government.

Records created by the offices of Financial Aid and Records are considered to be education records and may not be disclosed without the student’s prior written consent.

By filling out and signing the form below, you are giving permission to allow the offices of Financial Aid and Records to disclose personally identifiable information to the person(s) listed. This authorization is valid until canceled. You may cancel this release at any time by submitting another FERPA form to the Records Office.