A. The Office of Student Conduct will maintain disciplinary records and a disciplinary tracking system, which will include, but not be limited to, the responding party’s name and related information, description of the incident, parties involved, Code violations, sanctions and other data deemed relevant by the Office of Student Conduct. Such information will be maintained in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (“FERPA”). Disciplinary records will be made available to conduct bodies and College officials designated in the Code of Student Conduct as necessary.
B. Students may arrange to review their own conduct records by contacting the Office of Student Conduct. Except as provided in the Code of Student Conduct and by College policy regarding parental notification or pursuant to a lawfully issued subpoena, the College will not communicate a student’s conduct record and related information to any person or agency without the prior consent of the student or an exception under applicable law.
C. All conduct records are maintained by the College for seven (7) years from the time of their creation except those that result in separation (suspension or expulsion from the College) and those that fall under Title IX, which are maintained indefinitely.