The Parent Portal is available for parents to assist their son or daughter with their financial responsibilities as well as to view grades and class schedule.
What is the parent portal? A student can grant permission to a parent to view the student’s financial and/or academic information via http://my.luther.edu. When a student grants a parent permission to view the financial information, this also grants permission for the parent to have conversations with Financial Services (billing statements, charges, credits, payments and past due amounts) and Financial Aid (awards, application data, disbursements, eligibility and missing documentation) offices.
If a parent calls Financial Services or Financial Aid offices, the student must have granted permission for these offices to speak to the parent who is calling. The offices will verify this permission each time the parent contacts the office. The parent must also provide the student’s id number or last four digits of the social security number AND the date of birth at the beginning of each call.
How does the student grant permission to the parent? The student logs into http://my.luther.edu using their Norse Key. After logging in, click on the Students Menu and under User Profile click on Grant Rights to Parent/Guardians. Then follow instructions provided on the screen. It is important to note that by granting this access, you, the student, are not released from your responsibility of turning in the necessary financial documents or payment of your outstanding balance due.
After the student completes the granting of the parent rights, a confirmation email will be sent to the parent. This email will contain the parent’s login information. Using the information in the email, the parent will log into http://my.luther.edu. After logging in, the parent will click on the Students Menu and under Student Information click on Access for Student’s Info. Then follow instructions provided on the screen. If your parent does not receive a confirmation email, please contact the Luther College Technology Help Desk at email@example.com or 563-387-1000.
Can a student give permission to someone else, other than a parent? Yes. If the name of the person a student would like to give permission to is not listed on the Grant Rights to Parent/Guardians form, click Add Parent/Guardian/Other and complete the appropriate information. The student will receive an email within 2 business days confirming the person’s name had been added and then the student will need to grant this person the appropriate rights using the Grant Rights to Parent/Guardians screen on http://my.luther.edu.
What if a student wants to end or modify a parent’s viewing rights, as well as their permission to speak with someone in Financial Services and Financial Aid? The student would click on Grant Rights to Parent/Guardians and uncheck the box in front of the name in which rights need to be ended. A student can also modify the access level on this screen (financial and/or academic).
What happens when the student withdraws or graduates from Luther? In September, if a student is not enrolled, the permission to view student information will be ended. Notification of the ending of the access rights will be emailed to both the student and parent.
Text From theGrant Rights to Parent/Guardians on http://my.luther.edu
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) provides certain rights to students concerning the privacy of, and access to, their educational records. Parents of students enrolled in post-secondary institutions do not have any rights that are mandated under FERPA.
This web form gives you the opportunity to allow your parents/guardians/others access to view your financial and/or academic information which is currently available to you via http//:my.luther.edu under the following options:
Financial Information Available:
Financial Aid Award Letter
Web Statement of Account
View My 1098-T Form
Make a Payment
Academic Information Available:
My Class Schedule
It is important to note that by allowing parents/guardians/others to access your financial information, you are also granting permission for the Financial Services and Financial Aid offices to have conversations with those designated individuals in regards to:
- Financial Aid Information (awards, application data, disbursements, eligibility and missing documents)
- Student Account Information (billing statements, charges, credits, payments and past due amounts)
It is also important to note that by granting access to parents/guardians/others, you, the student, are not released from your responsibility of turning in the necessary financial documents or payment of your outstanding balance due.
In September, if you are not enrolled, your parent's permission to view your information will be ended. Notification of the ending of the access rights will be emailed to both you and your parent.
By clicking the box under the 'Grant' column and selecting one of the access levels, you agree the selected individual(s) may view financial and/or academic information and in the case of financial information, have conversations with the Financial Aid and Financial Services offices in regards to the information indicated above. The selected individual will receive an email with a Norse Key username and password at the address provided. If the selected individual does not receive a confirmation email, please contact the Luther College Technology Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 563-387-1000.
To end your parent's access, uncheck the grant box and click submit.
If the person you want to grant permission to is not listed, please return to the Students Menu and click on Add Parent/Guardian/Other. You will receive an email in approximately 2 business days when you can complete granting their access to your information.