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.” (http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/index.html)
Eligible students must give appropriate consent for their personal records to be shared with a parent or guardian. If an eligible student would like to waive their rights under FERPA, they must send an email clearly identifying their wishes from their Dartmouth College email account.
Positive balances in the DASH Discretionary account may be transferred to Administrative Fees & Fines accounts. Upon written request, unused funds (max. amount of $100 per term) can be transferred to your Student Financial Services' student account at the end of a term provided there is no balance owed in other ID Card accounts. Transferred amounts will first be applied to any charges on the ID Card.
NOTE: Transfers to the Student Financial Services' student account cannot be made for credit card payments. Payments made to the ID Card accounts by credit card can only be refunded to the credit card. Requests for refunds are handled in accordance with established procedures.
Unused Dartmouth Dining Plan meals or DBA funds are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to other accounts.
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Accounts with insufficient funds may be declined. Unpaid balances may prevent you from registering for a new term until the balance is paid in full.
Balances owed to Dartmouth Card accounts are subject to a system operation which is performed at the end of the fiscal year, in mid-June. This system operation clears any negative balances in the DA$H Discretionary or Administrative Fees and Fines accounts, and transfers them to the tuition bill. After such action has occurred, the Dartmouth Card Office no longer holds those balances and cannot accept payment toward them. Payments for balances transferred from the Dartmouth Card accounts must then be processed by Student Financial Services.
If you believe that your DASH, Dining or Administrative Fees & Fines account was improperly charged, please obtain an account statement through your Banner Student account and take it to the location where the transaction occurred.
For other account problems or questions, contact the Dartmouth Card Office.
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