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Information for Students about the Student Information Policy

MIT’s student information policy describes when, and to whom, faculty and staff may disclose personally identifiable information about current and former students. It also gives students the right to see and to challenge the accuracy of the records that MIT keeps about them. The policy incorporates the privacy rights and protections provided by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (often referred to as FERPA or the Buckley Amendment).

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