Record-Keeping and Reporting of Student Disciplinary History
Student disciplinary histories are recorded and reported as follows:
Sanctions less severe than disciplinary probation are maintained in the student's disciplinary history until graduation or one year after a student withdraws from the College. These records are not noted on the student's transcript. These sanctions will not be reported to parties outside the College unless, in subsequent incidents, the student is sanctioned to probation, deferred suspension, suspension or dismissal.
Sanctions of disciplinary probation and/or deferred suspension are maintained in the student’s disciplinary history until one year following graduation or 5 years after a student withdraws from the College. These records are not noted on the student’s transcript but may be reported to parties outside the College, per FERPA guidelines.
Sanctions of disciplinary suspension and/or dismissal are permanently maintained on the student’s transcript and in the student’s disciplinary history. These records may be reported to parties outside the College, per FERPA guidelines.
Students who withdraw from the College while the adjudication of an incident is pending will have a “case pending” notation on their transcript and all disciplinary records will be retained for eight years from the time of their withdrawal.