- Notify current students annually in writing of their rights under FERPA.
- Right to seek amendment or correction of educational records
- Right to have some control over the disclosure of information from education records except when release is permitted by law
- Right to file complaints with the Family Policy Compliance Office, United States Department of Education, within 180 days of alleged violation
- Since UNT has a policy of disclosing personally identifiable information to school
- The criteria for determining school officials
- A description of what constitutes legitimate educational interest
- Grant access by students or parents, if applicable, to education records.
- Students and former students have the right to inspect and review their education
records through established procedures.
- Within a maximum of 45 days after written request is received.
- Institution or agency is not required to provide a copy of the education record unless failure to do so would deny access.
- Records cannot be destroyed if request is pending.
- Fee can be charged unless cost prohibits access.
- Students and former students have the right to review records of request for disclosure
of their personally identifiable information.
- Institution needs to maintain records of request and make them available to students.
- A record of disclosure is not required to document disclosure to:
- a student or parent
- a school official with a legitimate educational interest
- an individual to whom the student provides written consent for disclosure
- an individual providing a lawfully issued subpoena
- an individual requesting directory information
- Students and former students have the right to inspect and review their education records through established procedures.