The Discipline Process
E. Records and confidentiality of disciplinary actions
- Records (written only) of all disciplinary actions shall be maintained in the student’s personnel record located in the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs.
- All records are considered confidential and, as such, are fully protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. (See College policy on student records).
- Audio tape recordings may be made of College disciplinary hearings. Students may have access to listen to make notes of any audio tapes made during his/ her hearing in the conduct officer’s office for the sole purpose of preparing an appeal.
- Hearings are confidential and closed except to the accused student(s), the support person chosen by the accused, witnesses (including the reporter/ recipient of sexual/physical agressive/violent behavior), and others as approved by the conduct officer/Hearing Committee conducting the hearing.
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