In compliance with Section 99.37 of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, Coffeyville Community College has adopted a policy to protect the privacy of all students. Upon request, a student of CCC will be granted access to any or all records pertaining directly to said student as do parents of students under the age of 18. No personally identifiable records will be released from CCC without the written consent of the student. Within the provisions of the Act, access will be granted to the following persons or agencies without the consent of the student: school officials who have a legitimate educational interest; officials of schools to which the student wishes to transfer; authorized representatives of the Comptroller General of the United States; and authorized representatives of other institutions in connection with the studentís application or receipt of financial aid. The College does publish brochures, catalogs, guidebooks, news releases, sports information, honor rolls and graduation lists to various sources including four year institutions which contain information that specifically identifies students and information about them. This is referred to as directory information and may be released collectively or individually unless a student within a reasonable time after the start of the semester notifies the Executive Vice President for College Affairs & Student Services in writing that any or all the categories listed below (designated directory information) should not be released without prior written consent. Directory Information: student name, local address, telephone listing, parent and next-of-kin information, home town address, date and place of birth, sex, marital status, classification, class schedule, major/minor fields of study, awards received, participation in officially recognized sports (wt., ht., position, etc.).