Access to UNO Student Information
Redisclosure of Education Records
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 (as amended), material containing personally identifiable information may NOT be redisclosed to another party without the student's written permission. If you have access to student information, the material has been provided to you based on your relation to the University of Nebraska Omaha and your need to know the information.
If information is improperly redisclosed to a party whom it was not initially intended for, the person(s) responsible for the unauthorized redisclosure shall not be allowed to receive information from the University of Nebraska Omaha for a period of not less than five years. This is in accordance with the FERPA legislation.
If you have any questions regarding the redisclosure of information under FERPA, please contact the Office of the University Registrar at (402) 554-2314. You may also view a complete copy of the Student Records Policy for the University of Nebraska Omaha here.
Disposal of Information Containing Personally Identifiable Information
Material containing personally identifiable information must be handled in a confidential manner. The information should not be left in an open area or left unattended at any time.Once the initial purpose for which the information was produced has been met, the material containing personally identifiable information must be properly disposed of:
- Electronic copies of data should be deleted
- Web-browser software should be exited to clear the cache
- Lists and labels should be shredded or disposed of in a similar manner
- If you are unable to dispose of the material in this way, please send it to the Office of the University Registrar, Eppley Administration Building, Room 105, for proper disposal.
If you have any questions about the redisclosure or proper disposal of material containing personally identifiable information, please contact the Office of the University Registrar at 402.554.2314.
In order to gain access to UNO student data, it is important that you understand and accept the above guidelines regarding personally identifiable information.
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