Information for Parents and Guardians
Listed below are services frequently requested by parents and guardians.
Accessing Your Student's Records
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects students' academic records from
disclosure without their consent. Listed below are instructions that enable your student to grant
you access to his/her academic records.
- Web4parent: Students may use this authorization form
to establish a web4parent account. This account allows students to grant Web access to their parent(s)
or legal guardian to view such information as financial aid award packages, account summaries, and grades.
- Payment authorization: Students have the right to grant access to authorized users within ISU's
payment site. This site is different than web4parent authorization listed above. Once a student provides the user account access, individuals
may sign into the authorized payer area, view the student's account balance, and begin making payments. For students
wishing to grant authorization, they should visit ISU's Student Account Suite and select
the "authorized users" tab after logging in.
- Educational/financial records authorization: Students can choose selected individuals with whom faculty and staff may discuss educational/financial records. Students must complete and submit this authorization form.
Submission of the form may be in person with picture identification to the Office of Registration and
Records, or via the student's ISU e-mail account. Students will provide their designated code to individuals
they want to be authorized to communicate with faculty/staff regarding their educational/financial records. Students
have the right to rescind the authorization at any time with a written request and photo identification
either in person or via their ISU e-mail account. For questions, contact the Office of Registration and
Records at (812) 237-2020.
Last updated: 6 May 2013
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