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  1. Directory information, which may be released without the student’s prior consent, is information contained in a student record that would not generally be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. UCSB has defined the following as directory information:
    • Student’s name
    • Email Address
    • Telephone number (local/permanent)
    • Major field of study
    • Class level
    • Date of birth (month and date only)
    • Dates of attendance
    • Last school attended
    • Number of course units in which enrolled
    • Degrees and honors awarded
    • Participation in officially recognized organizations
    • The name, weight, and height of participants on intercollegiate athletic teams

    Everything in a student record that is not included in the aforementioned list of "directory information" is considered confidential. Policies also permit students to have the University treat some or all directory information as confidential, so third party access to the above information may be limited if a student so requests. Students can make such a request via the NFR ("Not For Release") form.

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