The Family Policy Compliance Office is excited to announce the launch  of the new Student Privacy Website! This new website replaces both the Privacy Technical Assistance Center’s and the Family Policy Compliance Office’s sites.  The Student Privacy Website can be found at:  https://studentprivacy.ed.gov. Be sure to update your bookmarks accordingly!

Jennifer J. Freyd 10/12/15

Dear Kathleen Styles,

I am a professor of psychology at the University of Oregon.  I write to endorse the comments submitted to you (and attached) from University of Oregon law professor John Bonine.  

Thank you,

Jennifer J. Freyd

Professor of Psychology

University of Oregon

 

Click Here to Read Letter Written by Prof. John Bonine

Nancy Cantalupo 10/02/15

Dear Ms. Styles,

I write to support John Bonine’s letter, attached, regarding the August 18, 2015 Dear Colleague Letter.  My thanks to you and your colleagues for your consideration of this matter.

Best,

Nancy Chi Cantalupo

J.D., Georgetown Law

 

Click Here to Read Letter Written by Prof. John Bonine

Alexandra J. Henry 10/02/15

Hello, 

I am writing to endorse the comments sent by Law Professor John Bonine to the Dear Colleague Letter on Campus Therapy Records Safety.

Thank you,

Alexandra J. Henry

 

Click Here to Read Letter Written by Prof. John Bonine

Jennifer M. Gómez 10/02/15

To Whom It May Concern:

Regarding the August Dear Colleague Letter, I endorse the comments sent by UO Law Professor, John Bonine (attached).

Thank you for your work on this issue.

Sincerely,

Jennifer M. Gómez, M.S.

Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellow

Department of Psychology

University of Oregon

 

Click Here to Read Letter Written by Prof. John Bonine

Naomi Wright 10/02/15

To whom it may concern,

My name is Naomi Wright. I graduated with a B.A. in Psychology this spring from the University of Oregon and was heavily involved with the group of activists trying to hold the university accountable for protecting students' therapy record confidentiality.

I am writing to state that I endorse the comments that Professor John Bonine made regarding the Dear Colleague letter draft. Thank you for your dedication to this matter, from me and the nation's students. 

Best,

Naomi Wright

Research Study Coordinator

Rachel Goldsmith 10/02/15

Greetings, 

As a U of O alumna and a clinical psychologist, I have followed the events of the UO UCTC in the past year with great interest. 

I fully agree with the comments of UO Law Professor John Bonine, and I beseech you to act accordingly. 

Sincerely, 

Rachel E. Goldsmith
 

Rachel Goldsmith, Ph.D.

Department of Oncological Sciences

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

 

Click Here to Read Letter Written by Prof. John Bonine

Brenda Tracy 10/02/15

Hello, 

I would like to endorse the comments sent by UO Law Professor John Bonine regarding the Dear Colleague letter that discusses student privacy. 

Thank you, 

Brenda Tracy 

Click Here to Read Letter Written by Prof. John Bonine

Bryan Newton 10/01/15

The following comments are submitted on behalf of Wor-Wic Community College to the August 18, 2015 request for comments concerning the manner in which institutions of higher education maintain and release student medical records under FERPA:

Monique Teal 10/02/15

Dear Ms. Styles,

I am writing in strong support of the recommendations made in your "Dear Colleague" letter dated August 18, 2015 in regards to student therapy records.

It is crucial that students can trust that their therapy records will remain confidential, especially for survivors of sexual assault for whom on-campus counseling may be critical to recovery. Since your letter was issued, there have been great strides on campuses, including the University of Oregon, to better ensure the confidentiality of student medical records.

Andrew Morse 10/02/15

Dear Ms. Styles: 

Thank you for soliciting public comment on the Department of Education’s August 18, 2015, draft Dear Colleague Letter regarding the handling of student educational and medical records.  On behalf of student affairs professionals who handle student records through their campus roles, I write to provide several comments for consideration.

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