Generally, student records are considered education records under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 ("FERPA") and are not releasable without student consent. In order to obtain records regarding a specific student, you must submit an authorization form from the student. The form can be found here.
Family and Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 permits institutions to identify and designate certain classes of information as "directory information“. Directory information includes the students name, classification, full or part-time enrollment, program of study, dates of enrollment, degrees and certificates received, and awards and honors received. The College may release directory information without student consent (unless otherwise requested by the student).
The Solomon Amendment is a federal law that authorizes institutions to fulfil military recruitment request for access to student information on currently enrolled students age 17 and older. Student recruitment information includes the students name, address, telephone, Age (or year of birth), place of birth, level of education, most recent educational institution attended, and current major.