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Code of Conduct: Retention of Records
Code of Conduct
X. RETENTION OF RECORDS
Students who graduate and receive a degree from the University are considered to be in "good standing" at the time the degree is conferred. All written disciplinary records for cases involving sanctions other than an expulsion will be expunged seven years after the adjudication of the case. University expulsion is permanent and records will be kept indefinitely.
A student may request that his/her judicial records be expunged two years following an adjudication. This will only be considered if the student has had no additional infractions, and is not currently on disciplinary probation. This request is made to the Dean of Student Life, who will respond in writing as to whether or not the request has been granted.
Audio recordings for cases resulting in expulsion may be maintained for an indefinite period of time. Audio recordings of cases that do not result in expulsion will be maintained for six months or until all University appeals are exhausted.