There are two forms available online and in the Registrar's Office by which students can update their records regarding the release of personally identifiable information. These forms submitted during normal business hours at the Registrar's Office require the student to present a current NCC ID card in person at the time the request is made.

All requests must be submitted in person or through your NCC email address to the Office of Registrar.  Requests from personal email addresses will not be accepted. 

  1. Records Release Form
    This form should be used to authorize a third party (parent) to have access to your Non-Directory Information. This includes grades, transcripts, GPA information and information regarding academic progress.
  2. Request to Opt Out of Directory Information Release
    By signing this form, you are requesting that no personally identifiable information, specifically Directory information, be given out. Personally identifiable information is usually broken into two groups: Directory and Non-Directory Information.
    • Non-Directory Information, such as your grades, is never released unless a formal request is made (see number 1).
    • Directory Information is information that is deemed to not be harmful if released to a third party. A listing of Nassau Community College's Directory Information is provided on this webpage (see number 1). Students considering opting out of Directory Information should realize that if someone calls looking to confirm personal information, such as enrollment status for a job, pertaining to you, the office will not be able to release said information.
  3. Inspect and Review Form
    Upon written request, the College shall provide a student with access to his or her educational records. The Office of the Registrar has been designated by the institution to coordinate the inspection and review procedures for student education records. Students wishing to review their educational records must make written requests to the Office of the Registrar listing the item(s) of interest. Educational records covered by FERPA will be made available within 45 days of the request.

Please note that the College is under no obligation to release any information on any student, attending or who has previously attended, without the written authorization of the student.

If you have any questions regarding any of these options, please speak to a representative in the Office of the Registrar.

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