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confidential letters and statements of recommendation placed in
student files prior to January 1, 1975, if not used for purposes other
than those for which they were specifically intended
records made by supervisory, administrative and educational and
personnel employed by the College, which are in the sole possession
of the maker thereof, and which are not accessible or revealed to any
other person except a substitute
data or information relating to another student
student employment records within and without the college, to
include follow-up evaluations by employers.
4.
PROCEDURES FOR OBTAINING ACCESS
Requests to examine the student’s educational file maintained at the
college will be submitted by the student, in writing, to the individual
responsible for maintaining the record. On receipt of the request, the
responsible official of the college will arrange to comply at as early a date
as possible, but not to exceed 30 days of the request. The record will be
examined by the student in the presence of the person responsible for
maintaining the records, or a designated representative. This college
official will not permit removal of material from the file. Student requests
for copies of the material will, however, be honored subject to the
provisions of Section 7 below.
5.
STUDENT RIGHTS OF CHALLENGE
A student has the right to challenge the content of education records
to insure that the record is not inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise in
violation of privacy or other rights and to be given an opportunity for
the correction or deletion of any such data or to insert into the records a
written explanation concerning the content of the records.
MAKE INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION OF SELECTED RECORDS
The college reserves the right for college officials and instructors to use
information from student records internally for legitimate educational
purposes.
PERMIT ACCESS BY THIRD PARTIES
The college may provide information to other educational institutions
upon the written request/consent of the student, and subject to the
opportunity for a hearing by the student to challenge the content of
records being transferred. A copy of this material will be furnished
the student upon written request and at student expense for the
reproduction. By law, educational records are open for legitimate
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