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Student conduct records are maintained in accordance with the University's Records Retention Schedule. Specifically, student conduct records from a Student Conduct Process that did not result in a sanction of dismissal or suspension are retained for ten years after a student's graduation or last date of attendance.
In accordance with the University Records Retention Schedule, transcripts are retained permanently. As such, student conduct records from a Student Conduct Process that resulted in a sanction of dismissal or suspension are retained permanently.
The University may also report disciplinary matters that remain unresolved and pending at the time a student left or withdrew from the University. Records of pending matters are kept indefinitely; once resolved, they are kept and maintained according to the policy stated above.
The University will release student conduct records and the information in those records only as permitted or required under FERPA, the Clery Act, or any other legal mandate.