Records & Confidentiality

Student Affairs Records & Confidentiality

The Judicial Coordinator is responsible for maintaining all student conduct records. A folder is created for each student involved in an incident; the file contains:

  • Copy of the University of Dallas Police or Incident Report
  • Copy of email message and\or letter notifying student of possible policy violation
  • Copy of letter or report outlining outcome of conduct hearing\conversation

Once the incident has been adjudicated, the results are entered into the Student Affairs judicial database.

Routine disciplinary records are expunged one year after graduation or three years after a student has withdrawn from the University. A permanent hold may be place on the conduct records of any student when such records are deemed to be of a serious nature. These records will not be purged and will be kept as a permanent record.

Student disciplinary records are confidential. University personnel engaged in authorized university functions requiring that they examine these documents will be granted access to them. Otherwise, student records will only be released by a signed consent\release form from the student or a court order.

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