What is FERPA?
FERPA stands for the Family Educational Rights and Protective Act.
What does FERPA do?
FERPA is a federal law that protects the privacy of students’ education records. Students must be at least 18 years old or attending a college or university.
Why is FERPA important?
FERPA helps keep your private information safe. It protects your grades, transcripts, and other educational documents from being shared without your permission.
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- Enrollment is hassle-free, and it’s easy to get started.
- Financial aid is available, and we’re still accepting applications.
- You will find comprehensive support services that will get you through college and into a great career.
- We are veteran-friendly, and we understand and respect the needs of veteran students.
- If you want to transfer in credits, we can typically review your transcripts of prior learning in less than one business day.
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