Student Record Access
Cabrini University is in accordance with the Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, which protects the confidentiality of student information.
Parents, guardians, and others outside the University do not have access to the records of individual students unless the student gives permission for the release of specific records or unless the knowledge of such information is necessary to protect the health or safety of other persons.
Under FERPA, Cabrini is prohibited from releasing information regarding academic performance and/or student conduct without the written permission of the student.
FERPA indicates that certain information shall be considered “directory information” and may be released without the student’s consent.
Cabrini has designated as “directory information” the following information:
- Major/Field of Study
- Class Level
- Anticipated Date of Graduation
- Dates of Attendance
- Participation in Officially Recognized Activities
- Degrees and Awards Received
- Most Recently Attended Educational institution
It is Cabrini policy not to release the student’s campus or home address, email address, phone number, or the student’s class schedule.
Currently enrolled students may request that any or all of this information be withheld from the public by doing so in writing to the Office of the Registrar (located in Grace Hall) no later than 10 days after the first day of classes for fall and spring semesters.
This written notification must be renewed annually to be considered valid.
A complete copy of Cabrini’s FERPA policy is available by request from the Registrar’s Office.
Any questions related to this policy should be directed to the Registrar.
- For more information about the Registrar’s Office, visit www.cabrini.edu/Registrar.