WHEN CAN I ACT ON MY STUDENT'S BEHALF?
There are times when your student may need you to step in and interact with UVU on
their behalf. Learn how to initiate that process HERE.
WHAT IS FERPA? (And why should I care?)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is federal law that protects the privacy
of student education records. Even if you’re paying the tuition you can’t see your
student’s grades unless they grant you permission or...
Learn more about FERPA here.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If this is your first time around the block as a parent of a college age student,
don’t worry--most parents survive college! Many of them asked the same questions that
you have now.
Check our FAQs here.
HINTS FOR NEW COLLEGE PARENTS
One of the first things your student will notice about college is that it’s not at
all like high school. They’ll have to adapt and so will you. What’s the best way for
you to support your emerging adult student with their new college challenges?
See our hints here.
LINKS TO CAMPUS SERVICES
Who do I call if I have a question about my student's tuition payment? Can my student
see a doctor on campus?
Find links to important campus resources here.
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