We know what an important partner parents can be in their student's success at UVU. We look forward to working with you to help your student have a good experience in college. Parents need to be aware that because of FERPA privacy laws, we cannot give information about their student's account to anyone except the student. Even if your student is under the age of 18 and/or you're paying the bill, we will provide account information only to the student. Students who wish to allow their parents access to their student records, including payments, registration, grades, and/or financial aid information, can submit a hard copy of the Student Information Release Authorization form to One Stop, or file one electronically through myUVU.
To find the form in myUVU, students should:
Students can give others (parents, employers, etc.) the ability to access their account information and make payments on their behalf. In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), student financial records may not be shared with a third party without the student's written consent. Adding an authorized user is the student's written consent that the authorized individual may view his/her account information and make payments on his/her behalf. Please note that adding someone as an Authorized User does not take the place of the Student Release Authorization form. Authorized users DO NOT have access to the student's stored payment methods, academic records, or other personal information.
Authorized users can log into Tuition Payment PLUS using their email and the password they were sent when initially added as a user.
Learn more about Tuition Payment Plus.
Federal Parent PLUS Loans help parents and guardians with good credit borrow up to the cost of education for undergraduate children. More information about Parent PLUS Loans can be found on Financial Aid's Parent PLUS Loans page or through the Federal Student Aid website.
Please go to UVU's Parents site for more great resources for parents.