PRIVACY RIGHTS OF STUDENTS
The California Education Code, Section 76200 et seq.; Title V,
California Code of Regulations, Section 54600 et seq., Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act (Section 438, Public Law
93-380), and CCCCD Board Policy 3013 require that educational
institutions provide you access to official education records
directly related to you; and to provide you an opportunity for a
hearing to challenge such records on the grounds that they are
inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise inappropriate.
In addition, the college must obtain your written consent
before releasing personally-identifiable information about you
from records to other than a specified list of persons and agencies.
These rights extend to present and former students.
1. Education records generally include documents and
information related to admissions, enrollment in courses,
grades and related academic information.
2. The Director of Admissions & Records (SSC-115) has been
designated records officer, as required by the act.
3. Education records will be made available during working
hours for inspection and review to presently- and formerly enrolled
students within 15 days following completion and
filing of a request form with the records officer.
4. Any currently enrolled or former student of the District has
a right of access to any and all student records relating to
him or her that are maintained by the District.