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Can You Check Your Student's Grades?
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that governs access to and privacy of student records at institutions that receive federal monies. In general, the law allows a student to review and inspect his or her education records, and the law limits the disclosure of information contained in the student's educational records, even to parents, without first obtaining the student's consent.
In order for parents/guardians to access their child's student records, a FERPA Waiver Form must be signed by the student and notarized. The completed form will be kept on file in the Registrar's Office.
Frequently Asked Questions about FERPA
FERPA Waiver Form (your student can fill this form out to provide you access)