MANAGEMENT OF STUDENT RECORDS AT SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY
Updated July, 2004
RELEASE OF INFORMATION AT SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY
All student records at San Francisco State University are kept in accordance with the provision of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The university defines as "directory information" and normally makes public the following information from a student's record: student name, e-mail, major field of study, dates of attendance, class level, enrollment status (e.g., undergraduate or graduate, full-time or part-time), degrees earned, honors and awards received. The university does not release any other information, including courses, grades, address, and telephone number to the general public unless a student requests it in writing.
Two special provisions are available to students
- You can request that any or all of the above listed "directory information" not be made public under the provisions of FERPA.
- You can request that non-directory information, including your address, be released to agencies of the State of California when requested for employment recruitment purposes under the provisions of Assembly Bill 771 (Chacon).
To request either of these provisions, submit your written request to the Registrar's Office Counter at the One Stop Student Services Center.