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Discussed below are some relevant exceptions to FERPA's general consent rule that permit the non-consensual disclosure of PII from education records to law enforcement agencies:
The various exceptions to FERPA can be confusing and difficult to keep track of. The FERPAExceptions Summary is intended to be a handy visual aid to help identify, at a glance, what FERPAexception applies to the data sharing work you are trying to do. We have downloaded a copy of PTAC's resource for your viewing. View Resource
FERPA prohibits the disclosure of educational records unless a student provides express written consent. As a general matter, FERPA's protections are broad and can prohibit disclosures to third-party vendors, even if the institution is just outsourcing an administrative function. FERPA does, however, contain several exceptions.
Typically, "directory information" includes information such as name, address, telephone listing, date and place of birth, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, and dates of attendance. As a FERPAexception, the University may disclose "directory information" to third parties without student consent.