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In order to authorize the release of your Academic and Financial Aid student account to a third-party, you must complete a FERPA form online. The form can be accessed by logging on to WPCconnect and clicking on the STUDENTS tab. Under Enrollment Services, Click "FERPA Release Form" once you complete it, you can authorize on the bottom, by entering a four digit PIN number. It is recommended to use a pin number that is familiar with both the student and the authorized user. When the third party is accessing your information, Student Enrollment Services will confirm the pin number. These permissions will remain active until your anticipated date of graduation or until you notify the university. In order to grant a third-party access to review your statements and records, you must complete an authorized users form. You can do this by logging on to WPConnect and clicking on the STUDENT tab. Under Bill Payment, click Billing and Payments. You will then enter the Billing and Payment portal. Under "My Account", choose "Authorized Users". Enter the email of the user you wish to authorize to access your information. Most students click "Yes" to these three questions. Click "Continue" when you are finished filling out the form. Agree to the "Above Terms" and then click continue to validate the user. The authorized user will then receive two emails. The first, will mention that the student added them as an "Authorized User" and the second will give them a temporary password allowing them to create their own password. For more information, visit or call Student Services.