Federal Education Roles and Piracy Act
Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act
Formerly Educated Righteous and Pirate Act
A current University of Louisville student
A prospective student who has applied to a degree program but has never taken classes at UofL
Any resident that currently lives on campus
Both A and C
Have the same rights of access and review as their child
Can only see their child's records after receiving permission from the Associate Dean of Enrollment Services
Can review progress reports and grades sent directly to the student's permanent home address
Except in an Emergency situation or if the student has authorized the College to do so in writing, the parent does not have access to records
Yes, that's my job as an RA
No, but the RA can tell the parent that they will gladly take a message to give to the student
No, because if we called them back that would confirm that the student lived in the building and be a violation of FERPA
No, but if the parent is sincerely worried about the student, they may contact ULPD. ULPD will perform a welfare check on the student.
Both B, C, and D
Local and home address
Residence hall room number
You've called the right place. I was the RA on-call that night, I can tell you all about it!
I'm sorry sir/ma'am, but I cannot provide any information to you due to FERPA Law
If you would like, I could forward you to the Hall Director/Residence Life Coordinator and they can get back in touch with you at a later time.
Are you crazy?! That's falls under FERPA! I can't tell you anything about that!
Both B and C
It helps protect the student
It helps protect the school administrator (or RA) from giving out too much information
It isn't important and no one should have to follow it
Both A and B