FERPA Disclosure

St. Gregory’s University has designated the following information as Directory Information and will release this information unless the student has submitted a request for non-disclosure:   

  • student name
  • major field of study
  • dates of attendance (including current enrollment)
  • degrees & awards received
  • grade level or year (such as freshman or junior)
  • enrollment status (undergraduate or graduate; full-time or part-time)
  • address
  • telephone listing
  • email address
  • Extracurricular activities and height/weight of athletic team members
  • most recent previous educational agency or institution attended.
  • visual image

St. Gregory’s does not publish a student directory. However, in compliance with the Solomon Amendment, St. Gregory’s is required to supply student names, addresses, phone listing, date/place of birth, level of education, and degrees received to military recruiters if properly requested.

According to FERPA, a student can request that the institution not release any directory information about them. Institutions must comply with this request, once received, if the student is still enrolled.

Students who wish to restrict directory information should realize that their names would not appear in the commencement bulletin and other college publications. In addition, employers, loan agencies, scholarship committees and the like will be denied any of the student's directory information and will be informed that we have no information available about such a person at St. Gregory’s University.

Students who wish to block the release of their directory information may do so by providing a written notice to the Registrar's office.  Please note this authorization will only remain in effect for one year from the time it is provided. You must provide St. Gregory’s with written notice each year you are enrolled if you wish to continue the block on your directory information.

St. Gregory’s University may disclose, without consent, personally identifiable information contained in the students’ education records to university officials with legitimate educational interest. St. Gregory’s defines school officials as: professors, instructors, administrators, counselors, attorneys, clerical staff, trustees, members of committees and disciplinary boards; and, contractors, volunteers or other parties to whom the school has outsourced institutional services or functions. St. Gregory’s defines legitimate educational interest as the need to review an education record in order to fulfill a professional responsibility.

St. Gregory’s Student Handbook may be accessed at: http://www.stgregorys.edu/student-handbook

For additional information from the Department of Education regarding FERPA: http://www.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/index.html

If you are unable to locate the information you need from the links set forth above, you may contact the following office directly for assistance:
Office of the Registrar
(405) 878-5187