Office of the University Registrar

University Policy on Information Released as Public Information

In accordance with federal law, the University classifies the following information on students as public information and may make it available to the public:

  1. Student Name
  2. Participation in officially recognized activities and sports
  3. Height and weight of members of athletic teams
  4. Dates of attendance
  5. Degrees and awards (honors) earned

Students who wish to restrict the release of the foregoing information can do so through CampusNet by submitting the Directory Information Restriction Request form to All-in-1, MC 116. This restriction will remain in effect until you request it be removed. However, even if you file such a request, the University will release information as necessary if it is determined that disclosure is permitted by FERPA without prior consent (e.g., response to a subpoena, health or safety emergency, etc.). Please be aware that if a student requests that the forgoing information be withheld, it will be withheld from a variety of sources, including friends, relatives, prospective employers, insurance agencies, honor societies, and the news media. Students should carefully consider the consequences of withholding such information before they do so.

Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974: Notice

Institutional Policies on Access to Student Records

Directory Information Restriction Request form