UCSC Administrative Procedures Applying to Disclosure of Information from Student Records
These campus regulations implement the University of California "Policies Applying to Disclosure of Information from Student Records."
The disclosure of information from student records is governed by the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and, in part, by the State of California Education Code. It is the purpose of these policies to provide reasonable interpretations of those laws and to protect students' right of privacy as guaranteed by the Constitution of the State of California. Where the law is silent, the campus shall be guided by two principles: (1) the privacy of an individual is of great weight; and (2) the information in a student's file should be disclosed to the student on request.