FERPA Training for Faculty & Staff
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.
All faculty and staff, as well as any other agents of the university who request access to student information in all student information systems, need to complete FERPA training. The training program is intended to ensure that anyone accessing student education records understands the obligations under FERPA for proper use and protection of student records.
Completing FERPA Training
WilmU launched a new FERPA training program for faculty and staff in December 2021. Faculty and staff are notified by email, or during the hiring/orientation process, when training is required.
- Enter your WilmU faculty/staff email and password when prompted to log in.
- A headset or speakers are required in order to hear the audio portion of the training.
- You may start, stop, and resume at any point during the training. When you resume, please click YES to return to where you left off.
- The following browsers are supported: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Firefox and on a Mac, Safari.
- If you are using Google Chrome, you may encounter a pop-up blocker that may prevent you from accessing the training course. See instructions on how to disable the pop-up blocker for this site.