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Employment Verification and FERPA

Students may waive, in writing, the release of their records (specific records or all records) by signing a Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Release, available through the Office of General Counsel.

Employment Verification and FERPA

(FERPA forms on our leadership admin website: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Release)

In order for a university supervisor to release a student's employment records (e.g., letter of recommendation, employment verification, or personal reference), the supervisor mustp obtain a FERPA Release, signed by the student, before providing the information. 

The Student Employment staff complete all written employment verifications. If a department receives a written request for verification of employment, please fax 513-529-4223 or mail (Roudebush Hall, room 15) the document for Student Employment to complete.

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