16.00 Student Conduct Records
- Student conduct records are maintained separate and apart from all other student records. Student conduct actions become part of a student’s academic records only in those cases in which a notation on the student’s academic record is made for expulsion, suspension and/or revocation of admission or degree.
- Records of student conduct actions are maintained in the Office of Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards for a period of up to seven years after the most recent student conduct incident, except for students assigned University-wide Sanctions, as described in item number 1.
- All records are maintained confidentially as provided in the university’s policy concerning student education records (see C.5 Student Education Records).
- The Title IX Coordinator keeps records of cases under Section 17.
Revised April 2010.