Pursuant to the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), students have the right to grant or rescind consent by completing the Oxford College Letter of Consent form.  If a student grants consent, the college is able to disclose information to the person(s) specified on the form.  In the absence of this consent, Emory University only allows the release of directory information* as it relates to Oxford College educational policies.  The university has the obligation to comply with subpoenas and court orders regardless of the student's request to block this information.

*Directory information is defined as:

  • whether or not the student is currently enrolled;
  • the school or division in which the student is or has been enrolled;
  • dates of enrollment including full-time or part-time status;
  • degree or degrees earned (if any), date of degree, major area of concentration and academic honors received;
  • awards of merit and participation in officially recognized activities and sports;
  • addresses and telephone numbers; and
  • electronic mail addresses 

Please visit Emory University's Office of the University Registrar FERPA page for more information.