A divorced parent funding a child’s college education can demand the student’s academic records as a condition of payment, a state court judge says in a case of first impression.

A court order requiring an adult, unemancipated student to show proof of college attendance, credits and grades as a condition does not violate the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, Ocean County Superior Court Judge Lawrence Jones ruled in a case approved for publication on April 15.

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