Disciplinary files of the University Student Conduct System are retained by the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, or the dean of your school or college, depending on the nature of the case. Access to disciplinary records is provided in accordance with the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended.
Disciplinary records maintained by the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities are retained for seven years from the date of the most recent incident in the student’s file or until one year after the student has graduated from the University, whichever is longer, provided the student was not suspended, expelled, prohibited from future enrollment, or otherwise withdrawn for disciplinary or medical reasons. Records of students who were suspended, expelled, prohibited from future enrollment, or otherwise withdrawn for disciplinary or medical reasons are retained indefinitely.
Syracuse University’s parental notification policy related to student discipline is available by contacting the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
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Date: July 2001