Student conduct (formerly known as disciplinary or judicial) records exist separate from your academic record (i.e. transcript), and are subject to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. This means that you are permitted to review your own student conduct record and you have to provide a signed release if you want someone to be able to view the information. There are some times where the College may share information contained in your student record, such as:
Sanctions are not recorded on your academic transcript except:
If you have been disciplinarily suspended, dismissed, or expelled, your student conduct record will be maintained permanently. Otherwise, student conduct records are maintained for a period of seven years following the closure of the case (including the completion of sanctions). This is to comply with federal laws that require the College to retain records to support its crime and disciplinary statistics.
Examples of the kinds of things that are maintained in a student conduct record include: