After creating an account, delegates can view shared information, such as financial information, transfer credits, and unofficial transcripts in the Student Administration System.
A delegate is a person, such as a parent, guardian, spouse, or partner, that students give access to view some areas of their education record in the University’s Student Administration (Student Admin) system.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the confidentiality of student records. It restricts others from accessing or discussing students’ education records and information without their consent. Students may authorize specific individuals, such as a parent, guardian, spouse, or significant other, to discuss select institutional information with University officials and to access certain education records.
There are three different processes that enable different access and actions:
- To give them access to certain information on the Student Administration System, student needs to set up Delegate Access.
- To be able to discuss information with university officials over the phone, the student needs to create a FERPA Pin and manage designees.
- So that others can make payments on their behalf, students need to set up an authorized user.
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