家庭教育权利和隐私法(FERPA)

家庭教育权利和隐私法(FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) grants students certain rights, privileges, and protections relative to individually identifiable student education rec­ords maintained by Kean University.

Definition of a Student

A student is defined as a person taking classes at any cam­pus or site of Kean University. A person becomes a student when s/he arrives to her/his first class of the semester in which the person first enrolls. If the person is fully matriculated or is at least 18 years of age by the first day of the student’s first semester, then the privacy rights belong to the student; otherwise, the privacy rights belong to the parent or legal guardian until the student turns 18 or matriculates, whichever comes first.

Annual Notification

Students are notified of their FERPA rights at least once each year by email, by publication in the University Catalog and on the University’s website. This notification permits the release of directory information (see below) without prior written consent of the student. Such notification pro­vides only that directory information may be released; Kean University is not obligated by this law to release directory information to any party other than the student.

Definition of Education Records

Education records are those which contain information di­rectly related to the student. Records originating at another institution are also subject to this provision. Education rec­ords include, but are not limited to, records from admis­sion, academic progress (from academic departments as well as those maintained centrally such as in the office of the registrar), health, financial aid and student accounting, teacher education, career placement, course records, disci­plinary proceedings, and similar records.

Exclusions from Education Records

The following are excluded from the definition of education records:

  • Records or notes of instructional and administrative personnel which are in the sole possession of the individual.
  • Faculty notes or progress records in a class unless that information already exists in the form of an edu­cation record.
  • Grades of peer-graded papers before recorded by faculty member.
  • Information maintained by a physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, or paraprofessional used in connection with the provision of treatment.
  • Safety, security, and law enforcement records created or maintained by the Kean University Department of Public Safety (University Police).
  • Alumni records that are not related to the individual’s attendance as a student.
  • Materials or records in any admissions files, until the student has been admitted to and has attended the Kean school or college for which the materials were submitted.
  • Financial information submitted by parents.
  • Confidential letters or recommendations placed in the file prior to January 1, 1975.
  • Confidential letters or recommendations to which the student has waived rights of inspection.
  • Employment records of any individual whose em­ployment is not contingent on the fact that he or she is a student, provided the record is used only in rela­tion to the individual’s employment.

Right to Inspect Education Records

Students have the right to inspect and review their educa­tion records within 45 days of the day the University receives a request for access.

When a record contains information about more than one student, the student may inspect and review only the rec­ords which relate to him or her.

Students wishing to review their record should submit to the University Registrar a written request that identifies the record(s) they wish to inspect. The University Registrar will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the University Registrar, he or she shall advise the student of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed.

Copies

The University provides on-campus access to student records. Other than transcripts, the University will not ordi­narily provide copies unless inability to obtain copies would effectively prevent the student from exercising his or her right to inspect and review the educa­tion record. In cases where copies are provided, the depart­ment or office maintaining the record may impose a copying fee of $0.50 per page for making such copies.

The University reserves the right to deny copies of records, including tran­scripts, in the following situations:

  • The student has an unpaid financial obligation to the University.
  • There is an unresolved disciplinary action against the student.
  • The education record requested is an exam or set of standardized test questions. (An exam or standard­ized test which is not directly related to a student is not an education record subject to FERPA’s access provisions.)

Right to Seek Amendment

Students have the right to request the amendment of their education records to ensure they are not inaccurate, mis­leading, or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy or other rights. The substantive judgment of a faculty member about a student’s work, expressed in grades or other evalu­ations, is not within the scope of this right to challenge information.

Students who believe their record is inaccurate or mislead­ing may request that the University amend the record by writing to the University official responsible for the record. The request should clearly identify the part of the record to be changed and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the University decides not to amend the record as re­quested by the student, the University will notify the stu­dent of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment.

The hearing must be held within three weeks of the request and the student notified of the time, date, and place in ad­vance of the hearing.

The hearing will be conducted by a hearing officer who is a disinterested party. He or she may, however, be an official of the University. The student will be afforded a full and fair opportunity to present evidence relevant to the issues raised in the original request to amend his or her records. The student may be represented by an individual of his or her choosing, including an attorney (at the student’s ex­pense).

Within two weeks of the conclusion of the hearing, the hearing officer will prepare a written decision based solely on evidence presented at the hearing. The decision will in­clude a summary of the evidence presented and the reasons for the decision.

If it is decided that the challenged information is not inac­curate, misleading, or in violation of the student’s right of privacy, the University will notify the student that he or she has a right to place in the record a statement commenting on the challenged information and setting forth reasons for disagreeing with the decision. This statement will be main­tained as part of the student’s education record as long as the contested portion is maintained. If the University dis­closes the contested portion of the record, it must also dis­close the statement.

Disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information

Students have the right to consent to disclosure of person­ally identifiable information contained in their education records, except that information which FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent (a representative list of excep­tions appears below).

The University may disclose education records without written consent of students:

  • To school officials with legitimate educational inter­est, defined as those employees with general or specific responsibility for promoting the educational objectives of the University. This includes individuals within the institution involved in teaching, research, and related activities such as academic advising, counseling, academic support, supervision of co-cur­ricular activities, official University committees or clubs, financial assistance, medical services, and job placement.

A school official is a person employed by Kean Uni­versity in administrative, supervisory, academic, research, or support staff positions. This includes members of the Board of Trustees, and persons em­ployed by or under contract with the University to perform special tasks, such as an attorney or auditor, and an agency or institution that provides institu­tional services or functions. It may also include other students serving on official committees, such as dis­ciplinary or grievance committees, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks.

University officials have legitimate educational inter­est if they are performing:

  • a task that is specified in their job description;
  • a task related to a student’s education, includ­ing registration and grading, and the charging of tuition and fees and billing-related func­tions;
  • a task related to the discipline of a student; or
  • a service or benefit relating to the student or student’s family, such as health care, counsel­ing, job placement, or financial aid, or other assistance.

Clerical personnel employed to assist university offi­cials in their job performance also may be granted access to student records. Access by all personnel is restricted to that part of the student record necessary for the discharge of assigned duties. The University may grant access as follows:

  • To officials at schools, colleges, or universities par­ticipating in cross-enrollment programs for the pur­poses stated in the bullet above. Kean University cur­rently exchanges academic information with students cross-enrolled at Rutgers University; if other institu­tions are added, this arrangement will be automati­cally extended to include them.
  • To secondary institutions whose students are enrol­ling in Kean classes (whether such classes be on the high school campus, the University’s campus, or else­where).
  • To officials of other colleges or universities in which the student has applied to or seeks to enroll. When Kean University deems it appropriate, Kean may also send corrected or additional records if education rec­ords have previously been sent to another institution.
  • To accrediting organizations approved by the Uni­versity carrying out their accrediting functions.
  • To certain officials of the U.S. Department of Edu­cation, the Comptroller General, and federal, state, and local educational authorities in connection with certain state or federally supported education pro­grams.
  • To any agency in connection with a student’s request for or receipt of financial aid, as necessary to deter­mine eligibility, amount or conditions of the aid, or to enforce the terms and conditions of the aid and to organizations conducting studies approved by the University having educational value or concerning financial aid.
  • If required by a state law requiring disclosure that was adopted before November 19, 1974.
  • To parents of an eligible student who claim the stu­dent as a dependent for income tax purposes.
  • To educational agencies conducting research or for the development of predictive tests. Information may also be released to organizations conducting cer­tain studies on behalf of the University. In these cases, the information may not be used in any way that permits identification of an individual student.
  • To persons in compliance with a judicial order or a lawfully issued subpoena, with a notice of the disclo­sure being sent to the last known address of the stu­dent.
  • To persons in an emergency if, in the judgment of an official in charge of the records, knowledge of the in­formation is necessary to protect the health or safety of the student or another person.
  • To the victim of a crime of violence or a non-forcible sex offense, but only the final outcomes of the disci­plinary proceeding conducted by Kean University.
  • To a parent regarding the student’s violation of policies governing the use or possession of alcohol or controlled substances. (See Parental Notification in the Student Code of Conduct and also Drug and Alcohol Policy.)
  • To any person, agency, or public as required by local, state, or federal laws. Examples of such laws include the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act, SEVIS/INS compliance (Department of Homeland Security), Megan’s Law, the Solomon Amendment, and NCES/IPEDS Student Right-to-Know.
  • To persons requesting directory information as designated by Kean University and discussed below.

Students’ names and Kean email addresses will be available to faculty, staff, and other students on the University’s com­puter network, including the email server and the learning management system.

Kean will maintain a record of all requests for and/or dis­closure of information to outside agencies from a student’s education record. The record will indicate the name of the party making the request, any additional party to whom it may be disclosed, and the legitimate interest the party has in requesting or obtaining the information. This record may be reviewed by the student.

Directory Information

Student directory information may be released without the student’s prior consent. Kean defines the following as directory information:

  • student’s name.
  • student’s identification number (but not password).
  • photographs, videos, or electronic images.
  • programs of study, including colleges of enrollment, majors, minors, collaterals, concentrations, etc., associated with each.
  • level (undergraduate/graduate) and class year (fresh­man, sophomore, junior, senior, graduate, etc.).
  • student’s enrollment load (full-time/‌part-time/‌with­drawn) and dates of attendance.
  • matriculation status and date.
  • honors and awards, including dean’s list and gradua­tion honors.
  • titles of theses and dissertations.
  • degrees received (including date of award).
  • previous institutions attended.
  • participation in clubs, sports, or student activities, including position(s) held.
  • height and weight of members of athletic teams.

Contact information, such as local, permanent and/or electronic Kean e-mail addresses, will be shared only with: (i) honor societies or other academic-related memberships or awards, (ii) designated vendors providing the following external services to graduating students: infor­mation about purchasing class rings, yearbooks, com­mencement photos, cap and gown regalia, and processional cards, and (iii) such others as deemed necessary by the University in connection with its operations, including but not limited to liability, insurance and/or legal matters. The names of students on a dean’s list may be pub­lished in the student’s local newspaper.

It is the practice of the University to not release a student’s age or date of birth except as required by law or as a validation of positive identification of a student when furnished by a person making an inquiry.

To withhold directory information, students must make a formal request by submitting a signed, dated letter to the Office of the Registrar by the end of the second week of the semester. Students are advised that withholding infor­mation may carry certain consequences. For example, as long as a nondisclosure order is in effect, the student’s name will not appear in commencement programs and the stu­dent’s degree will not be verified to potential employers. Kean University assumes no liability for honoring the stu­dent’s instructions to withhold information.

Right to File a Complaint

Students have the right to file with the U.S. Department of Education a complaint concerning alleged failure by the University to comply with FERPA to:

Family Policy Compliance Office

U.S. Department of Education

400 Maryland Avenue, SW

Washington, DC 20202-5920

Additional Resources

For additional information, contact the University Registrar.


MYx· Color on Us

主办单位:温肯艺术团(WKU ART TROUPE)
协办单位:团委、学生会、Alpha

活动目的


进一步加强学生艺术教育工作,丰富校园文化生活,提高学生的综合素质和能力,培养广大学生“自信、开放、创新”的意识,丰富学生的文化生活,培养学生更多的兴趣和能力,活跃校园气氛,增添校园活力,旨在形成系列性的大型艺术节活动,建设较大规模的组织性校园文化展,从而提升校园的文化氛围,向社会各界展示学生乐观积极、敢于拼搏、锐意进取的精神风貌。

主题涵义


MYx· COLOR ON US ——The First Art Festival of WKU:

MY “我的”意思 “x”次方表示被个人有无限的可能
M:mix· match 多元文化的而学校,在比赛中相互借鉴,相互学习进步
Y:your· youth 自己的青春自己把握

比赛项目


2019年9月至十月上旬

  • JUST SING(校园十佳歌手大赛)
    初赛 9月18日
    复赛 9月25日
    决赛 10月18日

  • JUST DANCE(校园舞蹈大赛)
    初赛 9月20日
    决赛 10月11日

  • JUST PLAY(校园器乐大赛)
    初赛 9月16日
    决赛 10月7日

  • MY ART(校园艺术展览)
    初赛8月17日-9月23日
    决赛9月27日-10月13日

参加对象


温州肯恩大学全体学生、professor、staff

报名方式


【Just Sing】

初赛
日期:9.18
地点:教学楼 D201
报名须知:
1.提交报名表
2.加入对应的微信群
3.截止日期为初赛

【Just Dance】

初赛
日期:9.20
地点:综合球馆舞蹈室
报名须知:
1.提交报名表
2.加入对应的微信群
3.截止日期为初赛

9.20到综合球馆舞蹈室集合

【Just Play】

初赛
日期:9.16
报名须知:
1.提交报名表
2.加入对应的微信群
3.截止日期为初赛前三天
4.器乐视频发送至3618492329@qq.com

【My Art】

初赛
日期:8.17-9.23
报名须知:
1.提交报名表
2.加入对应的微信群
3.截止日期为9.23 6点整
4.作品发送至935908069@qq.com

扫描小程序二维码,提交报名表,并加入比赛对应的微信群中(信息会在后续推文中出现)。
 

之后我们还将有细化的比赛规则和报名渠道以推文的形式公布
大家注意查收哟~

奖励方法


【JUST DANCE】

设置一等奖1名,二等奖3名,三等奖5名(可根据比赛人数调整获奖人数)
另设最具台风奖、最具潜质奖、最佳演绎奖以及特别创意奖各一名
本比赛设置奖杯奖状和奖金,奖金初步拟定为第一名500元,第二名300,第三第四100元。
另外,优秀的队伍将在后续学校大型活动中得到表演机会。

【JUST PLAY】

最佳表演奖(三名)
第一名 可以直接进入 媒体中心做小助理  进国情中心做 小助理 (任选其一)
现金奖励 500元 中号温肯熊 奖杯+证书
第二名 价值399元猫王音箱 中号温肯熊 奖杯+证书
第三名 价值299元猫王音箱 中号温肯熊 奖杯+证书

【JUST SING】

设置十佳歌手 颁发奖杯+证书

【MY ART】

摄影奖
设置一等奖1名,二等奖2名,三等奖5名(可根据比赛人数调整获奖人数)
本比赛设置奖杯奖状和奖金,奖金初步拟定为一等奖490元富士拍立得mini9,二等奖250元索尼微单软便携包,三等奖118元的大号肯恩熊。

绘画奖
设置一等奖1名,二等奖2名,三等奖5名(可根据比赛人数调整获奖人数)
本比赛设置奖杯和奖金,奖金初步拟定为一等奖509元的Wacom数位板,二等奖250元的辉柏嘉水溶彩铅,三等奖118元的大号肯恩熊。

注:获奖选手可以根据获奖名次优先选取成为 1国情中心(2名)2媒体中心(1名)3艺术团团务(3名) 的助理。

微信号WKUCCC

就等宁啦!

联系我们

谢老师
GEH C403a
xiedianyuan@wku.edu.cn

JUST DANCE】
王鹏潮 杜新乐
喻凯利 董若茜
沈芷毓 蔡心怡
王婷亭 孟贾适文

JUST PLAY】
凯雄 许诺
喻凯利 王琉珂
易炫润 王鹏潮

JUST SING】
陈一二 易炫润
祝添瑞 陈善杰

MY ART】
杨楷雄 喻凯俐


通知

助理主任:阮茜茜

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870112

主管:程驰

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870068

学术支持专员:谢可可

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870135

学术支持专员:吴疆

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870091

艺术团

温州肯恩大学艺术团简介

温州肯恩大学艺术团于正式成立于2016年,当前隶属于国情中心。经过2年的不断探索与发展,校艺术团已初具规模。现共有8支团队,分别为:合唱队,小组唱队,室内乐队,民乐队,电声乐队,舞蹈团(中国舞,流行舞),Rap队与学生团务中心。共计70余人。每支队伍都配有专业的指导教师,为校艺术团的不断发展做出努力。

作为学校不断提高艺术实践的园地和实施美育教育的重要载体,校艺术团以丰富校园艺术文化生活、提升大学生艺术素养、促进学生全面发展为发展目标,把艺术教育融入到校园生活中,引导全校学生了解国内外优秀的艺术成果,掌握艺术技能,培养感受美、表现美、鉴赏美、创造美的能力,激发创新意识,增强创造能力,更好的服务于学生成才成长。

校艺术团将继续通过多样化的艺术表演,结合中西艺术表演形式,展现我校文化多样性的校园氛围,提高审美情趣,展现艺术团的风采。

艺术团精彩瞬间:


亚洲产业竞争力研究院

亚洲产业竞争力研究院

愿景

成为亚洲领先的亚洲产业竞争力研究机构,推动并开展国际化产学研项目。

使命

促进学术研究,为商界领袖和政策制定者提供建议,并主要在以下三大核心领域开展具有实用价值、以研究为基础的项目:

  • 市场研究和消费趋势
  • 商业模式
  • 商业战略及竞争力

五大核心战略

  • 推动原创性研究,增强温州肯恩大学在世界范围内的研究影响力;
  • 通过与亚洲范围内国际、本土公司建立战略合作关系以推动温州肯恩大学的国际化发展;
  • 以种子基金和津贴的形式来鼓励温州肯恩大学商学院的师生开展创新型高品质的学术研究以及项目基金申报;
  • 对商业、产业等相关领域的讲座、学术研讨会予以支持;
  • 对温州肯恩大学商学院师生申报项目研究计划书予以支持。

团队构建

负责人:Candy Lim Chiu 博士,商务与公共管理学院。

联合负责人:Han-Chiang Ho 博士以及Somkiat Mansumitrchai 博士,商务与公共管理学院。


教务通告

课程管理

学籍管理

考务信息

综合业务


毕业申请

WKU Graduation Information

All undergraduate students who have completed 82 or more credits will be emailed information regarding the graduation application.  Please review the graduation application instructions below. Contact the Office of the Registrar at GEH D202 or email at Registrar@wku.edu.cn if you have any questions.

FORMS:

Graduation Application

Summary of Instructions for Completing Graduation Application for Undergraduate Students

Sample of Graduation Application

Final Checklist

DIRECTIONS:

Fill out your Curriculum Guide Sheet, 4 year plan or degree audit in ink; be sure it is the correct plan for your particular major and catalog year. Obtain the signature or stamp of your Dean or Dean’s designee.

Submit your completed application to the Office of the Registrar GEH D202.

Applications received will be accepted on a case by case basis.  These late submissions must be submitted with a letter of explanation as to why it’s late.  

SUBMISSION OF GRADES

Incomplete grades, all grade changes, repeat grade recalculations and pending transfer credits must be completed and posted to your record no later than two weeks after the graduation date.  For June degree candidates the deadline is May 31.  For August degree candidates the deadline is September 1.

PLEASE NOTE: In order to participate in the June Commencement ceremony, all required coursework must be completed by the end of the WKU Summer term.


在线资源

助理主任:阮茜茜

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870112

主管:程驰

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870068

学术支持专员:谢可可

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870135

学术支持专员:吴疆

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870091

身心障碍学术支持

身心障碍学术支持

温州肯恩大学致力于给每位学生提供平等的学习资源长期帮助,便捷的服务以及协助学生独立完成课程。因此,对温州肯恩大学学生的学业评估方式应与课程的学术目标相一致,尽量减少学生因身心状况不佳对评估表现产生影响。这意味着部分学生可能需要以考试或其他评估方式来替代;这些准则规定了需要对身心障碍学生或有长期健康问题的学生进行有效评估。学生可以通过邮件提前预约(邮箱:sassc@wku.edu.cn)或直接来访教学楼D206办公室。

助理主任:阮茜茜

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870112

主管:程驰

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870068

学术支持专员:谢可可

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870135

学术支持专员:吴疆

  • D206, GEH
  • 0577-55870091