What is GRAMA?

The Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) allows the public easy access to unrestricted public records. Click on the following link to review GRAMA in full.

What are UVU's GRAMA policies and procedures?

Click on the following link to review UVU's policy on compliance with GRAMA.

Who oversees GRAMA for UVU?

Utah Valley University's Records Officer is Jacob Atkin.

How do I make a GRAMA request?

If you would like to access records maintained by Utah Valley University, please fill out a GRAMA request form and email it to our GRAMA Officer, Jacob Atkin, at GRAMA@uvu.edu.

Do I have to pay for my GRAMA request? If yes, how much will it cost and how do I pay it?

In general, yes, UVU does charge a fee for the cost of providing a record in line with the GRAMA statue. Click on the following link to review the University's policy on GRAMA fees. To pay your fee, you can use either a credit card or check. Please see the "Online Fee Payment System" on the navigation tab for more information.

When will I receive the records I requested?

In general, you will receive the requested records ten (10) business days after submitting your request. Click on the following link to review the time limit for response and extraordinary circumstances.

What types of records am I allowed access to?

Every person has the right to access a public record. Only certain people have the right to access private, controlled, or protected documents. Click on the following link to review who may access private, controlled, and protected documents.

What is a public record?

In Utah Code §63G-2-103(21), public record is defined as “a record that is not private, controlled, or protected and that is not exempt from disclosure as provided in Subsection 63G-2-201(3)(b).” Click on the following link to review a list of public records.

What is a private record?

In Utah Code §63G-2-103(19), private record is defined as “a record containing data on individuals that is private as provided by Section 63G-2-302.” Click on the following link to review a list of private records.

What is a controlled record?

In Utah Code §63G-2-103(6), controlled record is defined as “a record containing data on individuals that is controlled as provided by Section 63G-2-304.” Click on the following link to review a list of controlled records.

What is a protected record?

In Utah Code §63G-2-103(20), protected record is defined as “a record that is classified protected as provided by Section 63G-2-305.” Click on the following link to review a list of protected records.