Conduct Files and Records
Students are responsible for knowing the following:
46. Other than expulsion or revocation or withholding of a degree, sanctions shall not be made part of the student's permanent academic record, but shall become part of the student's conduct record. The conduct files of students who are found responsible for violating the Code or college policies will not be destroyed until seven (7) years after the final disposition of the case and/or completed sanction(s). The file of a student with sanctions of expulsion, suspension, revocation, or withholding of a degree shall be kept indefinitely.
47. A student's conduct file may be classified as:
- Active. A student's conduct file is active if there are any pending actions in the file or the student is currently on probation or higher. A student's active conduct file may be designated inactive by the Office of Student Conduct, for good cause, upon written petition of the student. Factors to be considered in review of a petition shall include:
- the present demeanor of the student
- the conduct of the student subsequent to the violation(s), and
- the nature of the violation(s) and the severity of any damage, injury, or harm resulting from it.
- Inactive. A student's conduct file is inactive if there are no pending actions in the file or the term of probation has expired.
- Destroyed. A student's conduct file will be destroyed after seven (7) years if there are no pending actions in the file.
Last updated August 10, 2012
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