Right of Privacy
In general, individual students accused of violations of
University policy have a right to privacy in disciplinary matters.
In compliance with The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of
1974 no personally identifiable information from a student's
educational records can be released without the signed and dated,
prior written consent of the parent or student. There are a number
of legal exceptions to this prior consent provision that are
outlined in the FERPA, 34 C.F.R. Part 99 Subpart D, section 99.31.
Contact the Campus Life office or consult
http://www.lrp.com/ed/freelib/free_regs/bc3499.htm for more