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  • Higher Education Act Student Consumer Information
    Federal regulations require certain information be disclosed to current students, prospective students (and/or their families), current employees, prospective employees, and/or the community. Some items require specific methods of disclosure but all are listed here for informational continuity. The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), includes many disclosure and reporting requirements. A disclosure requirement is information that a postsecondary education institution is required to distribute or make available to another party, such as students or employees. A reporting requirement is information submitted to the U.S. Department of Education or other agencies. Disclosure and reporting requirements sometimes overlap. For certain topics, institutions are required to make information available to students or others and to submit information to the Department of Education. Such information includes general institutional operation, financial aid, general completion and graduation rates, annual security report, completion and graduation rates for student athletes, and athletic program participation rates and financial support. The Academy of Diagnostic and Osteopathic Medicine is committed to the principle of promoting access to information that will allow consumers such as students, parents, counselors, researchers, and legislators make informed decisions about postsecondary education. This Web portal provides a single access point to all federally mandated reports and disclosures. Contact: Program Director || 1 855-ONE-ADOM (663-2366) It is the individual's responsibility to know and follow current requirements and procedures at the departmental and university levels. For additional information, including requesting a paper copy of any materials, please call or email the appropriate office.
  • Founder, Staff & Faculty
    FOUNDERS Founder & Chief Executive Officer Karen Nussbaumer is the founder of ADOM. She holds a Bachelor's in Vascular Technology (Vascular Ultrasound) from Oregon Institute of Technology. She is credentialed by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers in general ultrasound (RDMS, Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer) and vascular ultrasound (RVT, Registered Vascular Technologist). She is a graduate of Harvard Medical School's Global Healthcare Leaders Program, a group of 150 HMS Alumni dedicated to changing the landscape of healthcare to improve patient outcomes globally. She is also the founder of Center for Ultrasound Research and Education, a New York State licensed, ABHES accredited ultrasound school in White Plains, New York. She is also the founder of the first specialized ultrasound school in the United States, Cardiovascular Institute, previously Gulf Coast Institute of Vascular Ultrasound. Co-Founder & Chief Financial Officer Lisa Kempa is the co-founder of ADOM. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Michigan State. She is the former CFO of Converse and Cole Haan, subsidiaries of Nike, Inc. She is also a co-founder of Center for Ultrasound Research and Education where she is currently the CFO and CAO. STAFF Director of Financial Aid Marlin Fokusorgbor, BS Co-Program Director & Instructor Brittany Harrison, BS, RDMS, RVT, RDCS Co-Program Director & Instructor Karen Nussbaumer, BS, RDMS, RVT
  • Campus
    ADOM Campus is located in Danbury Connecticut at 100 Reserve Road. It is situated in The Summit. The Summit at Danbury, formerly The Matrix, is a Class A office space complex spanning 1.2 million square feet, distinguished by its landmark status since 1982. Future plans include the conversion of part of the building into residential apartments. Amenities Designed as an innovative campus, The Summit at Danbury features a redesign of common spaces like the internal entry drive, a full-service cafeteria, and a state-of-the-art fitness center with fitness classes and personal training services. Additional on-site amenities include a bookstore, a yoga studio, a barber shop and a hair salon, spa and mini golf. The building facilitates collaborative learning and events with complimentary conference facilities. For financial convenience, on-site banking services and an ATM are readily available. Additionally, the building provides dry cleaning services, including convenient drop-off and pickup options. Commuter Location It is situated on 100 acres with convenient access to I-84 and I-684. Combined with its strategic location near major highways and Metro North train stations, The Summit at Danbury stands as an ideal place for both work and student life, creating a dynamic and attractive community on this expansive campus. Parking The Summit provides over 2,500 Covered Parking spaces with direct access to ADOM ensuring convenient and secure parking facilities for its occupants. This accessibility enhances the overall convenience and ease of transportation for students, staff, and visitors. ADOM has a secure pod entrance that offers 125 dedicated parking spaces for students, staff, and visitors. Offices and Space ADOM Square Footage is approximately 3,950 SF. The office space includes Reception | Admissions Office | Conference | Storage | Financial Aid Office | Program Director Office | Instructor Office | Lab & Lab Instructor Office | Library | Breakroom Area | Bathroom in a Shared Common Space Laboratory ADOM laboratory is designed to enhance the learning experience. This dedicated lab not only houses ultrasound machines, imaging equipment, and other essential tools but also serves as a mock ICU, mock hospital room, mock emergency room and mock interventional procedure room. This unique feature allows students to engage in practical hands-on training, simulating real-world scenarios to practice and refine their ultrasound techniques and procedures. The mock training environment within the lab provides a valuable opportunity for students to apply their knowledge in a realistic setting, preparing them for the challenges they may encounter in their future careers. Equipment Labs are equipped with medical exam tables, ultrasound machines and probes, and other training equipment as applicable. These spaces collectively support the various administrative, educational, and practical aspects of the ultrasound program, providing students with the necessary resources, support, and facilities to succeed in their studies and future careers.
  • Program Summary
    ADOM is dedicated to providing a comprehensive educational experience in diagnostic medical ultrasound. At ADOM, we strive to elevate global standards in ultrasound education, thereby reducing medical radiation exposure and related diseases. Our program is designed to transform student lives by equipping them with the skills needed to excel in the field of diagnostic medical ultrasound. Our Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Vascular Technology with Diagnostology is a blended program. Our curriculum includes 300 core lecture lessons and 700 lab sessions, divided into 400 in-person and 300 remote lab sessions. Each session is meticulously crafted to integrate the rigorous academic content with practical hands-on training. Our non-core courses, such as Anatomy & Physiology, Medical Mathematics, General Physics, and more, are tailored to enhance student understanding of major body systems and the principles of diagnostic sonography and vascular technology. The DMSVTD program—a 12-month, full time, intensive course—blends remote lectures (e-lectures) and remote labs (e-labs) with on-site labs, ensuring that students gain the proficiency required for expert clinical practice. Our simulation labs cover a wide range of practical skills and scenarios to prepare students thoroughly for their future careers. ADOM also embraces modern educational technologies and methodologies, such as the use of iPads, handheld ultrasound machines, and an emphasis on remote learning modalities like e-labs to enhance flexibility and safety. These innovations support our mission to not only provide excellent education but also to make learning more accessible and reduce the risk of long-term injuries associated with the profession. In addition to the 700 lab hours, the program includes 1000 additional hours of clinical experiences, contributing to a total of 1700 clinical hours, with these hours spread across multiple clinical sites for varied and extensive hands-on experience. This extensive hands-on training ensures that by the time of graduation, ADOM students are well-prepared to support physicians in the accurate and efficient diagnosis of diseases, directly improving patient outcomes and contributing to longer, healthier lives. Our graduates emerge as highly skilled professionals ready to excel in various healthcare settings, embodying the highest standards of professionalism and competence.
  • License
    ADOM is licensed by the State of Connecticut Office of Higher Education and is authorized to award certificates to students who successfully meet all the requirements for graduation from the program. State of Connecticut Office of Higher Education 450 Columbus Boulevard, Suite 707 Hartford, CT 06103-1841 Phone: (860) 947-1801 Fax: (959) 200-4758 Website:
  • Accreditation
    ADOM program is a new program and, therefore, is not yet accredited by ABHES, however is taking steps to be able to meet the ABHES accreditation standards in the near future. ADOM’s parent company, the Center for Ultrasound Research and Education (CURE), is accredited by ABHES since 2013. CURE (Institution ID: I-334) has held Institutional Accreditation from: Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) 7777 Leesburg Pike, Suite 314 N. Falls Church, Virginia, 22043 Telephone Number: (703) 917-9053. ABHES is recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education.
  • Entrance Requirements
    Eligibility Criteria To be considered for admission to ADOM, applicants must meet the following Eligibility Criteria: High School Diploma Requirement The applicant must be a high school graduate or possess the recognized equivalent of a high school diploma. The applicant must provide documentation of graduation from high school in the form of a valid high school transcript, diploma, or other acceptable documentation including a transcript attestation form, which confirms that the applicant meets or exceeds the academic achievement equivalent to a standard high school diploma earned in the USA as defined by the State where the diploma was earned. All documents from foreign countries must be translated into English and evaluated to be equivalent to or higher than a USA high school diploma by a credential evaluation service. Age Requirement The applicant must be seventeen years of age or older at the time he or she starts his or her program of study. Citizen or Legal Resident Requirement The applicant must provide a valid form of picture, name, and address identification. A valid and current driver’s license, United States passport, or Permanent Resident card are acceptable forms of identification Requisite / Non-Core Courses: The following prerequisite courses must be successfully completed, earning college credit with a grade of “C” or better, prior to entering the program: Human Anatomy and Physiology, Algebra, Statistics or Higher Math, General Physics, Communication Skills (This can be met with English or Speech) Application Submission: Prospective students are required to submit a completed application form, which is located on ADOM’s website at The application form requires personal details, educational background, and contact information. Application Fee: There is no application fee for ADOM programs. Registration Fee: A non-refundable application fee of $100 is required to process the application. Transcripts and Records: Official high school transcripts or other high school equivalent records must be submitted as part of the application process. All college transcripts (if applicable) are required. Admissions Testing: ADOM Ultrasound School requires applicants to take the ADOM Anatomy & Physiology Entrance Exam. Letters of Recommendation: Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation from teachers, employers, or other individuals (not relatives or co-workers) who can provide insight into their character, academic abilities, or relevant experiences. Personal Statement/Essay: ADOM requires applicants to write a personal statement or essay describing their patient care experience. For individuals who do not have formal patient care experience in a clinical setting, they are required to complete an essay detailing their personal patient care experience, such as caring for a sick loved one or a personal healthcare experience they endured. Drug Screening: Incoming students are required to pass a drug screening test and provide proof of a negative result with their admissions documents. The student is responsible for the associated testing fees. Inconclusive test results, including a dilute and/or insufficient sample, will require the applicant to be retested within 24 hours at his/her expense at a designated collection center. Background Check: ADOM requires all applicants to undergo a comprehensive background check. The background check may include, but is not limited to, criminal history records, sex offender registry, and other relevant records.
  • Cost of Attendance
    COST OF ATTENDANCE The estimated cost of attendance at ADOM in Danbury, Connecticut includes the tuition and additional fees, as well as the average cost of meals and housing. The total estimated cost: Tuition: $60,000 Registration Fee: $100 Lab Fees: $2,000 Uniform: $100 Books: $500 CPR Fee: $50 Background Check: $50 Drug Screenings: $150 (includes 2) Graduation Fee: $150 Total Direct Costs (Tuition and Fees): $63,100 Average Cost of Meals: $5,000 per year Average Cost of Housing: $20,000 per year Indirect Costs (Meals and Housing): $25,000 Total Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA): Direct Costs ($63,100) + Indirect Costs ($25,000) = $88,100 per year Please note that these estimates can vary significantly depending on the student’s personal choices and circumstances.
  • Required Books & Materials
    Required Textbooks Students are required to obtain the following prescribed textbooks for the program: 1. Textbook of Diagnostic Sonography: 2-Volume Set (9th or most recent edition) by Sandra L. Hagen-Ansert MS RDMS RDCS FASE FSDMS (Author) 2. Workbook for Textbook of Diagnostic Sonography by Sandra L. Hagen-Ansert MS RDMS RDCS FASE FSDMS 3. Netter’s Anatomy Coloring Book (3rd or most recent edition) by John T. Hansen PhD 4. Netter’s Physiology Coloring Book (1st or most recent edition) by Susan Mulroney PhD and Adam Myers PhD Recommended Textbooks 1. Understanding Ultrasound Physics (4th or most recent edition) Hardcover by Sidney K. Edelman
  • Career Services & Job Placement
    Student Services ADOM prioritizes the success of our students, both academically and professionally, by offering a range of resources and support systems tailored to their unique needs. Our student services are designed to empower students every step of the way, ensuring they graduate with the skills, confidence, and network needed for a fulfilling future in the field of ultrasound. Academic Support Students join collaborative study groups, where they can engage in dynamic discussions and collective problem-solving. Our commitment to academic excellence includes personalized assistance to enhance their understanding and mastery of course materials. Career Development Students seize opportunities for professional growth with our dedicated career development services: Resume Building Workshops: Students learn to craft a compelling resume that highlights their skills and achievements. Mock Interviews: Student will be able to polish their interview skills through practice scenarios, boosting their confidence for real-world situations. Job Placement Assistance: Although students leverage our extensive industry network to explore and secure potential job opportunities upon graduation, ADOM cannot guarantee job placement. Alumni Support Our commitment to student success doesn't end at graduation. Students benefit from ongoing support and guidance as they navigate the next steps in their careers. Our alumni network and resources are at their disposal. Clinical Training Students immerse themselves in practical experiences essential for a successful career in ultrasound: State-of-the-Art Facilities: Students access cutting-edge ultrasound equipment in our well-equipped lab onsite and handheld ultrasound devices for e-labs. Clinical Partnerships: Students gain exposure to real-world ultrasound practices through rotations at healthcare facilities. Student Organizations Students connect with peers who share their passion through student organizations like SDMS, SVU, and AIUM. Online Resources Augment their learning experience with a wealth of digital resources: Online Library: Students explore a curated collection of textbooks, research papers, and multimedia materials to supplement their coursework. E-Learning Platforms: Students access online modules and resources for flexible learning, ensuring they can revisit materials at their convenience.
  • Retention & Placement Statistics
    ADOM does not have any data for Retention or Placement in 2024 as we are in our inaugural program year. When we have our first class complete their program, we can then assess the rates of retention and placement.
  • Physical & Immunization Requirements
    Physical Requirements See in very dim light. Distinguish colors and subtle differences in shades of gray. Discriminate subtle sounds. Push heavy-wheeled equipment. Push patients on stretchers and in wheelchairs. Assist in lifting, transferring, and positioning patients. Communicate in clear and concise English. Read, understand, and follow instructions accurately. Be able to concentrate for a minimum of 6 hours. Utilize a keyboard. Have adequate wrist and hand strength necessary to operate & manipulate equipment. Stand and walk for extended periods of time (several hours). Employ body mechanics to bend, stretch, reach, stoop, kneel, and twist. The student will have 2 upper extremities that can work simultaneously to hold the transducer and manipulate controls on the ultrasound unit as well as the ability to extend extremities to reach these areas simultaneously in order to perform optimal Sonographic images while learning and performing sonographic examination. The student will have the ability to see the monitor screen accurately at approximately a 3’ distance in a dimly lit room in order to perform optimal Sonographic images while learning and performing a Sonographic examination. The student will have the ability to effectively communicate with their instructor, the patient, departmental staff, the reading physician, and all others while learning and performing diagnostic imaging techniques. COVID Immunization Requirements While not all recommended vaccines are required for attendance, it's important for students to consider protecting themselves against various diseases, including COVID-19. There is a high probability that student clinical externships will have additional health clearance and immunization requirements beyond the current recommendations outlined by the CDC or ADOM policy. Immunization Requirements Students must either present documentation of having had Hepatitis B injections 1 and 2 and a TB test within 6 months or must complete the first two Hepatitis B injections and a TB test prior to enrollment. If the TB test result is positive, the applicant must be cleared to attend by a physician prior to enrollment. In addition, the Connecticut Department of Health requires the following immunizations for all students entering post-secondary educational institutions: proof of immunity against measles, mumps and rubella, and proof of the meningitis immunization or a signed meningitis declination must be submitted to the Admissions Office for evaluation within 30 days of the program start date. Immunization requirements are generally based on the current recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for healthcare workers and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). ADOM has identified a standard immunization policy but reserves the right to require additional healthcare clearance assessment, documentation, immunization, and serology testing at any point throughout the enrollment of the program. In addition, immunizations and health requirements may change without notice, and students may be required to provide verifiable documentation of their ability to meet new requirements. Students are not permitted to participate in any clinical experiences if their immunizations do not meet the standards outlined in this document or those required by specific clinical agencies. Hepatitis B Serologic proof of immunity is required. Three dose series (dose #1 now, #2 in 1 month, #3 approximately 5 months after #2). Obtain serologic testing 2 months after dose #3. MMR Serologic evidence of immunity or laboratory confirmation of disease is required. If no evidence of immunity or equivocal serology results are reported, two doses of MMR at least 28 days apart required. Varicella Serologic proof of immunity or laboratory confirmation of disease required. If no evidence of immunity or equivocal serology results are reported, two doses of Varicella vaccine at least 28 days apart required. Td/Tdap One-time dose of Tdap is required. Td boosters every 10 years thereafter. Influenza While not mandatory for enrollment, clinical sites where students may undertake externships may require vaccinations, including the influenza vaccine, as a condition of participation. Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) For students with no history of previous annual tuberculin skin testing, an initial two-step is required. Students with previous annual and current testing who provide evidence by documentation, only a one-step is required. Testing must be within the past 90 days. For students with TB test result is positive, the applicant must be cleared to attend by a physician prior to enrollment. Serological Evidence of Immunity If applicants or students at ADOM are unable to provide adequate immunization records, they have the option to demonstrate serological evidence of immunity for hepatitis B, measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR), varicella (chickenpox), and tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (Td/Tdap). While seasonal influenza vaccination is not mandatory, it is required by some clinical sites for externships. Mandatory tuberculosis screening, either through initial two-step testing or annual one-step testing, applies to all students during enrollment. Failure to comply with vaccination and testing requirements may lead to an inability to participate in the required externship and subsequently result in program dismissal. Health Clearance Forms Students must submit the approved physical and health clearance forms to ADOM upon enrollment. It is essential that students be able to perform several physical and cognitive activities in the classroom, clinical, and learning laboratory portions of the program. Medical issues that may affect a student's ability to enter or practice within a clinical area include, but are not limited to, limitations required after surgery or an accident, immunosuppression, back injury, and behavioral health conditions, specifically those that create a violent or unsafe environment. Students are not to enter any clinical facility with contagious conditions or injuries. A student must consult with the clinical instructor if an illness, medical condition, or injury is present prior to entering the clinical facility. ADOM or the student’s clinical site reserves the right to request a medical release from a healthcare provider if an identified condition, illness, and/or injury may cause a potential safety risk to the student, patient, or others.
  • Grievance Policy
    Purpose The purpose of this policy is to establish a fair and transparent process for students, parents, or guardians to submit complaints regarding any aspect of ADOM's operations, including academic matters, administrative issues, or the behavior of staff members or students. Scope This policy applies to all students, parents, or guardians who have concerns or complaints related to ADOM. It covers a wide range of issues, such as curriculum, grading, discipline, harassment, safety, facilities, or any other matter affecting the educational experience. Informal Resolution for Student Complaints ADOM encourages individuals with complaints to first attempt an informal resolution. They are encouraged to discuss their concerns with the appropriate staff member, such as the teacher, director, or administrator, who can work towards resolving the issue promptly and amicably. Formal Grievance Procedure for Student Complaints If an informal resolution is not satisfactory or appropriate, the complainant may proceed with a formal complaint using the following procedure: ▪ Written Complaint The complainant must submit a written complaint detailing the nature of the complaint, including relevant facts, dates, and individuals involved. The complaint should be addressed to the appropriate school administrator or designated complaint officer. ▪ Investigation Upon receiving the written complaint, ADOM will initiate an investigation. The investigation may involve gathering evidence, interviewing relevant parties, and reviewing relevant documents or records. ADOM will ensure confidentiality and impartiality during the investigation process. ▪ Resolution Based on the findings of the investigation, ADOM will take appropriate action to resolve the complaint. This may include corrective measures, policy adjustments, or disciplinary actions as deemed necessary. ▪ Communication ADOM will communicate the outcome of the investigation and resolution to the complainant in writing, explaining the decision and any steps taken or recommended. ADOM will also outline any further options available to the complainant, if applicable. Appeal Process If the complainant is not satisfied with the outcome or resolution of the complaint, they may request an appeal. The appeal should be submitted in writing to the designated appeal officer within a specified timeframe. The appeal officer will conduct a review of the complaint, investigation process, and the decision made, and will provide a final decision within a reasonable timeframe. Retaliation Prohibition ADOM strictly prohibits any form of retaliation against individuals who file complaints in good faith. Any retaliation will be treated as a separate violation subject to disciplinary action. Documentation ADOM will maintain appropriate records of all complaints, investigations, resolutions, and appeals for a designated period. Such records will be handled confidentially and in compliance with applicable privacy laws and regulations. Reporting to Regulatory Authorities If the complaint involves a violation of legal requirements or regulations, ADOM will follow applicable reporting procedures as mandated by law or regulatory authorities. This school complaint policy aims to provide a fair and transparent process for addressing concerns and complaints while ensuring a conducive learning environment for all stakeholders. Contact Information for Executive Director of Connecticut Office of Higher Education Address: 450 Columbus Boulevard, Suite 707, Hartford, CT 06103 Telephone: (860) 947-1801 Website:
  • Refund Policy
    Refund Issuance if Student is Dismissed At ADOM, we understand that circumstances may arise that lead to the termination of a student's enrollment. In such cases, ADOM has established the following refund policy to ensure fair treatment of students: Refund Eligibility If a student is dismissed from the program due to reasons outlined in ADOM's termination policy, they may be eligible for a refund of tuition and fees paid, subject to the following conditions: The termination is initiated by ADOM and is not a voluntary withdrawal by the student. The student has met all financial obligations up until the termination date. Refund Calculation The refund amount will be calculated based on the following factors: Date of Termination: The refund calculation will be based on the date of termination as determined by ADOM. Time in Program: The refund calculation will take into account the proportion of the program completed by the student up to the termination date. Non-Refundable Fees: Certain fees may be non-refundable and will be deducted from the refund amount. These may include registration fees, administrative fees, or other non-tuition-related fees. Refund Process Once the student's termination is confirmed and their eligibility for a refund is determined, ADOM will initiate the refund process. Refunds will be issued according to the following guidelines: Timelines ADOM will make reasonable efforts to process the refund within a specified timeframe, typically within 30 days of the termination date. Method of Refund Refunds will generally be issued in the same method as the original payment. If the original payment was made by credit card, the refund will be credited back to the same credit card account. If the payment was made by check, the refund will be issued in the form of a check. Deductions Any applicable non-refundable fees will be deducted from the refund amount. Non-Refundable Items Certain items may be non-refundable, and these will be communicated to the student at the time of enrollment. Examples of non-refundable items may include books, supplies, or equipment fees that are considered personal property of the student. It is important for students to review and understand the refund policy before enrolling in the program. The refund policy is designed to ensure fair treatment and provide clarity on the refund process in the event of termination. Students are encouraged to direct any questions regarding the refund policy to ADOM's administrative office for further clarification. Return of Title IV Funds (R2T4) Policy ADOM is required to determine the earned and unearned portions of Title IV aid (Federal Financial Aid) as of the date a student ceases to attend all of his/her classes. Earned and unearned aid is based on the amount of time a student spends in attendance. Up through the 60% point in each semester, a pro-rata schedule is used to determine the amount of Federal Financial Aid a student has earned at the time of withdrawal. After the 60% point in the semester, a student has earned 100% of their Federal Financial Aid. NOTE: The Return of Title IV Funds (R2T4) regulations do not dictate an institutional refund policy. Withdrawing from or ceasing to attend classes can result in owing a balance to ADOM if a student does not earn enough financial aid to cover their bill. Post-Withdrawal Disbursements Occasionally a student who withdraws from ADOM is entitled to a post-withdrawal disbursement. A post-withdrawal disbursement occurs when the R2T4 calculation determines that a student is entitled to financial aid even though the student has completely withdrawn or stopped attending. If a student withdraws and is entitled to a post-withdrawal disbursement, a disbursement notice is mailed to the student informing him/her of the disbursement. It is the student’s right/responsibility to notify ADOM if you do not wish to receive the funds. Processing Timeframe for Refunds Refunds for students who have been dismissed from the program will be processed within 30 business days from the date of dismissal. The specific refund amount will depend on the timing of the dismissal, as outlined in the refund policy. It's important to note that refunds are subject to certain conditions and percentages based on the weeks of attendance. ADOM strives to ensure a timely processing of refunds to eligible students in accordance with the established policies and guidelines.
  • Student Records Privacy Policy
    The Academy of Diagnostic and Osteopathic Medicine (ADOM) adheres to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), which affords students certain rights regarding their education records. These rights include the ability to review and request amendments to their records, control over the disclosure of personally identifiable information, and the right to withhold the disclosure of directory information. Students wishing to exercise these rights should contact the Program Director’s Office for procedures. Complaints of alleged failures to comply with FERPA may be filed with the U.S. Department of Education.
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