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FERPA 101: Introduction to FERPA

Welcome to FERPA 101!

This online tutorial provides a basic introduction to FERPA to acquaint Marylhurst University employees with the existence and spirit of the act and their responsibilities under it. FERPA 101 is intended for employees whose job responsibilities do not normally involve accessing student data.

How to Use the Tutorial

To navigate the tutorial, use the left and right arrow buttons at the bottom of the slide.

Please note that the Check Your Understanding slides are not interactive: simply move to the next slide to see the correct answers.

This tutorial should take approximately 15 minutes. You can leave the tutorial at any time. To return later, simply start from the beginning and click through the slides that you've already viewed.

At the end of the tutorial, you will be asked to complete a form. Be sure to click the submit button so that your information will be sent to Human Resources.

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