UConn is required to comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a federal privacy law aimed at safeguarding your education records. We’ve created this page to direct you to helpful resources and information when navigating your privacy at UConn. Please feel free to reach out to the Office of Privacy Protection & Management at 860-486-3256 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Resource #1: Student Notification of Rights
This notification informs you of your student rights under FERPA. For example, you have the right to inspect and review your education records. You may review all of your student privacy rights here.
Resource #2: FERPA Policy
The University’s FERPA Policy gives important information on the protection of student rights and privacy at UConn. The policy outlines your student rights, when we may share your information, and the process for challenging the accuracy of your education records. Please review the FERPA Policy online or request a printable copy from the Privacy Officer.
Resource #3: Share My Information Page
You have access to several tools where you can give us permission to share records and information with outside parties (such as parents and guardians). Before we share records or information externally, we typically need your prior consent. Please visit the Share My Information page for more information on how we get your consent to share records and information.
Resource #4: Frequently Asked Questions
Our Student FAQs are aimed to 1) help you better understand your rights under FERPA and 2) highlight important University practices on how we manage your personal information.