Consent to Release Financial Information

Consent to Release Financial Information

 

Students at Kettering College benefit from the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).  FERPA is a federal law that protects students’ educational records.  We take your privacy very seriously and we follow the FERPA law very closely.  Once you turn age 18, we will only release directory information to other parties without your consent.  This means that specific information such as a student’s ID number, account balance, missing documents, financial aid awards, etc. will not be disclosed to anyone other than you.  You also have the right to withhold directory information, if you choose.

 

Should you want to give permission to your parent, spouse, family member, etc. to contact the Student Finance Office on your behalf regarding your records, you must complete the Consent to Release Financial Information Form.

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