The Office of Student Conduct shall maintain the official disciplinary records and a disciplinary action tracking system, which shall include, but not be limited to, the student’s name and related identifying information, applicable Student Conduct Code section(s), parties involved, description of the incident, sanction(s), expiration dates, agreements or restrictions, and any other data deemed relevant. Such record will be maintained for seven years after the completion of all sanctions; the exception to this would be an expulsion noted on the transcript.
Student Conduct records and related information shall be made available to Conduct Officers and other University personnel designated as necessary.
Students may request, in writing, to review their own disciplinary records and related information by contacting the Office of Student Conduct. Except as provided in the Student Conduct Code, the University shall not communicate a student’s disciplinary record and related information to any person or agency without prior written consent of the student or, when the student is a minor, the student’s parents or legal guardian, except as required or permitted by law. If records are shared under guidance of law, personal identifiable information will be redacted as appropriate.