NOTICE OF COLLEGE POLICY AND EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS East Central Community College is in compliance with provisions granted under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. Under this law, students enrolled in any educational institution receiving federal funds are given certain rights concerning school records. 1. Students are entitled to have access to school records upon request. 2. Request for access to records concerning academic grades, transcripts and absences should be filed with the Director of Admissions, Records, and Research. 3. Students are entitled to inspect and review the contents of their school records and to challenge the contents if they feel the contents are inaccurate, misleading, or contain inappropriate data. If a student wishes to challenge the contents, the Director of Admission, Records and Research will provide a written copy of procedures to be followed. 4. Before any school records will be released to third parties the school must have the studentís written consent. 5. Upon receipt of a subpoena or judicial order requiring the Director of Admission, Records and Research and/or Vice President for Student Services to relinquish control of a studentís record, the student will be notified of the subpoena or judicial order before the Director of Admissions, Records and Research and/or Vice President for Student Services will relinquish control of the record. 6. The law allows ?directory information? about students to be made public without specific permission. Students are entitled, however, to request the deletion of certain information from school directories. Any request for deletion of directory information must be made within fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of registration. Forms for requesting the deletion of information may be secured from the Office of the Director of Admissions, Records, and Research. 7. The school will maintain a list containing the signature and the date of non-school personnel having access to the studentís record. The law allows school officials, including instructors, to have access to a studentís record.