The Catholic University of America
Your Responsibilities
  • You may not release or otherwise disclose private “non-directory” information to which you are privy to anyone (including a parent or spouse) and/or to a CUA official who does not need to know. Again, examples include:
    • Social Security number
    • Tuition charges
    • Student ID number
    • Grades and related information
    • Date and place of birth
    • Disciplinary actions
    • Ethnicity
    • Adviser’s name
    • Residency status
    • Class schedule and courses completed
  • This applies at work and in your personal time, for example when you’re hanging out at the Pryz, when you’re at the food court, in the dorms, etc.
  • You are not permitted to seek personal benefit or to allow others to benefit from confidential information that has come to you as a result of your work assignment.
  • You should report any suspected violations of FERPA to your supervisor IMMEDIATELY.



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