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How do I take the FERPA course?
Select the FERPA for Higher Education tile at the top of the page.
After completing each module, select the Take Test link. There is a minimum score you must achieve before access to MyView will be granted.
For Faculty: After successful completion of the final exam, your MyView access will be automatically established within 24 hours. For issues, please contact Kathy Miguel at email@example.com, or Danielle Faucett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Non-Faculty: If your position requires you to access student records via MyView, you will need to submit a request for security to Mary Tackett at email@example.com. Please include the following information when submitting your request:
- Full Name
- SSO ID
- Employee ID Number
- Academic Org or Department
- Type of access needed (i.e. view student name, address, rosters, etc.) Please be specific. If there is another team member whose access yours should mimic, please identify.
- You will need the department director's approval. Please have them email Mary Tackett.
- If you need access to one of the following, please contact the individuals below for that access
- Admissions - Jaime Lincoln
- Financial Aid - Samantha Matchefts
- Student Financials (Cashiers) - Mitch Hess
For Student Interns or Assistants: If you have a student intern or student assistant in your department that does not have an active HR appointment, but is still working with student records, please make sure they complete a FERPA tutorial. Please have the supervisor contact Danielle Faucett, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Mary Tackett, email@example.com, to request the link/access to the tutorial for the student. A score of 80% or higher is considered passing.