Avoid costly mistakes by understanding how to share information under FERPA guidelines.
Train your entire shop on important FERPA regulatory obligations to protect your institution from civil liability, negative publicity, and possible exclusion from federal aid programs. This program will cover:
Every staff member needs to be trained on FERPA. Add the recording to your training library to train new hires and give veteran fundraisers a refresher.
All U.S. advancement stakeholders who retrieve and/or use alumni data will benefit from attendance. Novice participants will leave able to ensure that all FERPA requirements are addressed in every data request. Decision-makers will walk away with key information to consider when forming shop policy. Both groups will gain from a discussion of common shop information issues through a case-study format.
Contact David Boggs, Associate Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-988-1215 if you’d like additional information about the program.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to comply more effectively with FERPA regulations in your advancement shop.
An advancement professional for twenty-five years, Alan brings extensive experience to the subject of standards related to records management, gift recording and receipting, and reporting. Until recently he directed records management processes and data for the University of Oregon Foundation. Previously affiliated with institutions such as Claremont Graduate University, DePaul University, Marquette University, Gettysburg College, and the University of Richmond, he has managed efforts in gift processing, demographic data, reporting, and prospect research, has served as the liaison between advancement and information services, and has managed the implementation of advancement systems.
A regular conference speaker, Alan is the author of two chapters in the second edition of the CASE book, Advancement Services: A Foundation for Fundraising, and is a member of the Association of Advancement Services Professionals' Committee on Best Practices in Records Management.
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