Students may authorize a third party, such as a parent or guardian, access to their own records. Access may be granted to the student’s BruinBill account, class enrollment, grades, financial aid information, and more. Students enable and specify feature access for third parties through MyUCLA.
Even if a third party has been granted access to student record items, in compliance with FERPA the Registrar's Office cannot discuss in person, by e-mail, or by telephone any specific information about students and their records.
How to Set up Access
Third-Party UCLA Logon ID
Before a third party can be granted access, that person must
- Create a UCLA Logon ID on the UCLA Identity and Accounts Manager website
- Provide the student with that UCLA Logon ID (not password), and with the first and last name exactly as entered on the UCLA Identity and Accounts Manager website
Student Access Authorization
The student must log into MyUCLA, then
- In Settings, select Third-Party Access; enter the third party’s UCLA Logon ID and name information
- Select the information the third party is able to access or view
After these steps are complete, the third party may log into MyUCLA and view the information to which access has been granted. Students may revoke access, or change access features, at any time.