Privacy Permissions (Parents)

If you are the parent of a University student, there are steps your student must take for you to be able to discuss his or her records with University staff members and to access his or her electronic records. For information on these steps that your student must take, please see Privacy Permissions (Students)Once your son or daughter has granted you access, follow the steps below to discuss and view his or her records. 

To Discuss Your Student's Records: 

There are certain offices on campus that require student consent in order for parents to discuss their student's records. These offices include Cashiers, Financial Aid, Registrar, Student Development, The Cove, and Disability Services. 

  1. When you call a CU office to discuss a student, the staff member will first verify online that access has been granted for you to speak with their particular office.
  2. You will then need to provide the code word your student created when he or she granted access. If you do not know the code word, please ask your student to share the word with you.

To Access Your Student's Online Records:  

In order for you to have online access to your student's financial and academic records, he or she will have to grant permission. Once permission has been granted, you can access records by completing the following steps:

To Access Your Student's Online Records and Make Payments:

  1. Open a web browser and navigate to Self-Service (www.cedarville.edu/selfservice).
  2. You can log in with your CedarNet username and password. If you do not know your username and password, please call Information Technology (937-766-7905) for assistance.
  3. A list of accounts that you can access should appear.  Otherwise, click the person icon at the top blue bar, then select "Change Proxy User."  
  4. Click the name of the student whose account you would like to access.
  5. At this point, you should see options in Self-Service based on the proxy permissions granted.
 
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Article ID: 45646
Created
Wed 1/3/18 12:55 PM
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