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FERPA

5.6 Public Information Regarding Students. Public information regarding students attending the University shall be the (i) student's name, (ii) local address, (iii) permanent address, (iv) telephone listings, (v) year at the University, (vi) dates of attendance, (vii) academic college and major field of study, (viii) enrollment status (e.g., undergraduate or graduate; full-time or part-time), (ix) participation in officially recognized activities and sports, (x) degrees, honors and awards received, and (xi) most recent educational agency or institution attended. The names of students mentioned in some kinds of campus security or campus police reports concerning accidents and incidents may also be released to the public. Each major administrative unit shall define the kinds of reports and information that may be released to the public. Information contained in personal files of the student is considered confidential and requires written authorization by the student for release; provided such records with names and personal identification deleted, and kept confidential, may be made available for governmental or University approved research and analysis.

History: Amended, 57 BRUN 119 (13 June 1992); Amended, 49 BRUN 300 (16 June 1984) Amended, 65 BRUN 142 (16 September 2005).

5.6.1 Release of Information. Information concerning students obtained through counseling
or disciplinary activities will not be made available to unauthorized persons within the University, or to any person outside the University without the expressed consent of the Table of student involved, except under legal compulsion or where the safety of others is involved; provided such records with names deleted, and kept confidential, may be made available for governmental or University approved research and analysis. Each major administrative unit may disclose to an alleged victim of any crime of violence the results of any disciplinary proceeding conducted against the alleged perpetrator of such crime with respect to such crime.

History: Amended, 57 BRUN 119 (13 June 1992)