Confidentiality of Student Records (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, commonly known as FERPA, is a federal law governing the privacy of educational records. In compliance with FERPA, the College cannot release information contained in a student’s educational record without the student’s written consent.
With written consent, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will only release information to individuals(s) listed on the Consent to Release Records during an advising appointment or drop-in, and with the student present.
Complete form for: Consent to Release Records (FERPA)
Learn more about FERPA: ferpa.uic.edu
UIC Undergraduate Catalog, see “Rights Under The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act”: catalog.uic.edu/ucat/admissions-registration-finances/registering-enrolling