In accordance with the SRTC Records Management Procedure, application, supporting documents, and all transcripts will be destroyed one calendar year after the date of application for students who do not enroll. SRTC, without violating the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), also known as the Buckley Amendment, may disclose certain information, known as directory information which includes a student’s name, major/field of study, degree, awards, and date received, dates of enrollment, and participation in official activities. Students who wish to restrict the release of this information should notify the Registrar’s office within the first 10 days of class in writing of the specific information not to be released.
SRTC uses Bank Mobile to issue refunds earned as a part of financial aid packages. I acknowledge and hereby waive my privacy rights, including but not limited to any rights pursuant to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 20 U.S.C. § 1232g, and grant my permission and authorize Southern Regional Technical College to release to Bank Mobile any and all of my educational records and non-public directory information in its possession, including but not limited to academic and financial records, as deemed appropriate and necessary by Institution to facilitate my financial transactions with Bank Mobile. I also grant my permission to and authorize Bank Mobile to release the above information to the Institution for the purpose of exchanging information about the payment and receipt of student credit balances.
By agreeing to the terms below, I certify that the information I have given is correct. I acknowledge that failure to give complete and accurate information may invalidate my application and admission to SRTC and result in the loss of financial aid and/or require repayment to the College of any funds awarded. I understand that I am responsible for any fees not covered by my financial aid. I also give permission for my likeness, voice, or comments to be used in any promotional item on behalf of SRTC or the TCSG. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. 16-10-20, it is a felony to make a false statement on any state document. In addition, applicants furnishing false, incomplete, or misleading information will be subject to rejection or dismissal without a refund.