Form Arc 011 PDF Details

Form Arc 011 is the eleventh installment of our ongoing series on form. In this episode, we'll be discussing the use of form in literature. We'll explore how form can be used to create meaning and structure in a work of literature. Additionally, we'll look at how form can be used to convey tone and emotion. Finally, we'll discuss some common literary forms and their uses. Stay tuned for more!

Form NameForm Arc 011
Form Length1 pages
Fillable fields0
Avg. time to fill out15 sec
Other namesFERPA_form lonestar college ferpa form

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As stated in the college catalog, and in accordance with The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, any student objecting to the release of personal ‘directory information’ must notify the admissions office in writing as soon as possible during each term of enrollment with the institution. By completing and submitting this form you will meet that requirement and ‘directory information’ will not be released to any other party not representing or in partnership with LSCS without your specific written consent. By submitting this form you are placing a total block on the release of: your name, address, telephone listing(s), date of birth, place of birth, major field(s) of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, semesters/hours enrolled, degrees, certificates and awards received, as well as the most recent previous educational agency or institution that you have attended.

Privacy request is for the following academic term (choose only one):

Spring___________________ Summer __________________ Fall ___________________





Print your name:







Last Name

First Name



LSCS Student ID#: _____________









NOTE: This form should be submitted before the official day of record during each term for the hold to remain in effect. Students with extenuating circumstances may request a privacy hold after the official day of record with the approval of the college designee responsible for processing the form at their particular location.

The Lone Star College System provides equal employment, admission and educational


opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability.