FERPA - What are FERPA Permissions?

What are FERPA Permissions?

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) prohibits the University from disclosing certain personal information without a student’s consent. See the University Catalog for more information on what is covered by FERPA.

You may, if you choose, grant permission for another person, such as a parent/guardian, other family member, or any other person of your choice, to access your information through the myUIU portal. This person will receive their own myUIU account and log on information. You will be able to select from categories of information that the individual can access. You can choose to make changes to these categories or to the expiration date at any time.

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