“Student” means “any person with respect to whom an educational agency or institution maintains education records or personally identifiable information, but does not include a person who has not been in attendance at such agency or institution” (Title 20 U.S.C. 1232g(a)(6)). The Family Policy Compliance Office has stated that each institution may determine when a student is “in attendance” in accordance with its own enrollment procedures. At The College of Idaho, a student is considered enrolled when he/she has registered for one or more courses or academic instruction to be given at the College (including any off-campus locations operating under an academic agreement with the College as part of a College-approved program of study); or is between academic terms and has completed the immediately preceding term, has not withdrawn, and is eligible for re-enrollment; or is on approved leave status. Any individual who was an enrolled student at the time of any alleged misconduct shall be considered a student for the purpose of the College’s Student Honor Code and disciplinary procedures. (Some text adopted from the University of California system and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.)
"College employee" and "College official" include any professional or paraprofessional performing duties assigned by the College.
"College property" and "College premises" include all land, buildings, facilities, and other property in the possession of or owned, used, or controlled by the College (including adjacent streets and sidewalks).
"Organization" and "club" mean any number of persons who have complied with the formal requirements for The College of Idaho recognition.