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Office of the Registrar: FERPA

Curious about FERPA?

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) was designed to protect the privacy of student education records, thus limits as set on the disclosure of education and additional measures are needed to protect personally identifiable information. The Act covers all education institutions receiving financial aid funding and applies to all student education records identified as "official", including admissions records, academic records, and financial aid records. For more information regarding FERPA click here

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National University FERPA Information

National University has an obligation to comply with and uphold the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. NU manages compliance with FERPA and related policies through the efforts of the institution's FERPA Compliance Program. The Program is dynamic, involving not only multiple policies and procedures, but also the commitment of leadership and the support of cross-functional departments, team members, and faculty to make the Program effective.

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