Santa Clara University

 

Test Your Understanding

Students

1. Current SCU students can request that their education records not be disclosed for any reason and, according to FERPA, the university must comply. True or false?

True
False
2. It is permissible for an off-campus employment agency to share a student's transcript with a prospective employer as long as the student has given written permission to SCU to provide the transcript to the employment agency. True or false? True
False
3. An SCU alum has the same right to inspect and review his educational records as a student currently enrolled on campus. True or false? True
False
4. A student's FERPA rights to inspect, amend or prevent distribution of their records begin at the age of 18. True or False? True
False
5. If a student requests a copy of a transcript, it must be provided. True or False? True
False
6. An SCU undergraduate student applies to the Santa Clara University Law School but is not admitted. According to FERPA, the applicant has a right to review their admission file. True or false? True
False
7. A student who has requested non-disclosure of all directory information makes the Dean's List and her name appears on the SCU website. Since this is an academic honor, there has been no FERPA violation. True
False
8. A student has a number of parking violations and wants to review his records in Campus Safety Services. According to FERPA, the student has a right to review and inspect these records. True or false? True
False
9. Under FERPA a student's judicial record at SCU is considered a part or the student's educational record. True
False
10. SCU cannot notify the parents or legal guardians of any student who is at least 18 years of age and violates the alcohol or controlled substances sections of the Student Conduct Code without the student's consent. True
False
11. Nondirectory information can be released if it is needed to resolve an emergency situation. True
False
12. If a student applies for admission to another institution SCU may release educational records without the written consent of the student to that institution. True
False
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