Revoke Records Access to Third Party
To revoke authorization of an open-ended Third Party Consent Form, a student must complete the Online Third Party Revocation of Authorization for Third Party Access or the a Third Party Revocation of Authorization for Third Party Access for each department that was previously given access and return a form to each department.
Familiarize yourself with the federal Family Educational Rights and Policy Act (FERPA) guidelines. Find more information through the U.S. Department of Education’s Family Policy & Compliance Office.
Student Information Suppression
If you would like to deny access to your records by any third party, please fill out a Request for Student Information Suppression form. Your name and contact information will not be printed in the university directory, nor will we verify your information for third parties, such as for enrollment or degree verification. In these cases, you will need to send a letter to the Office of the Registrar authorizing release to a specific party.