FERPA provides many specific exceptions when the college can disclose education records without specific student consent. Many of these exceptions are provided in the regulations to allow for the reasonable and practical workings of an educational institution. The exceptions are listed in the College's Student Record Policy.
- Disclosure to other school officials within the college whom the college has determined to have legitimate educational interests;
- Disclosure to officials of another school where the student seeks to enroll;
- Disclosure in connection with financial aid for which the student has applied;
- Disclosure to accrediting organizations to carry out thier function;
- Disclosure to parents of a dependent student, as defined by the IRS code;
- Disclosure to comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena;
- Disclosure in connection with a health or safety emergency;
- Disclosure to military recruiters.