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This page contains the different forms and documents students may want to use throughout the conduct process, whether to report an incident, request a copy of their conduct record, waive confidentiality to an advisor, or have their record expunged early. Please review the different forms that are available and select the one that best fits your needs.

Records Release Form

This form can be used by students or student organizations to:

  • request a copy of their conduct file, and/or
  • waive their right of confidentiality and privacy, granting the Center permission to release or discuss their conduct record with a specific individual.

Please note that the Center will no longer be providing hard copy of requested conduct records. The Center will send scanned electronic copies of conduct records to the e-mail address authorized by the student completing the form in the space provided.

You can submit this authorization form in one of the following ways:

Request to Expunge Student Conduct Record Form

Disciplinary records may be expunged early by the Dean of Students or their designee for good cause, upon written request of a student who has a disciplinary record. With rare exceptions, most student conduct records are retained for four years from the notice of the final outcome or until graduation, whichever occurs first.

Disciplinary records retained for less than 120 days or designated as “permanent” shall not be expunged without unusual and compelling justification. For more information regarding maintenance of student conduct records, please see the Code of Student Conduct.

Please allow up to ten (10) business days for your request to be processed. Once granted, expunged files will be removed from active disciplinary records and shredded, leaving the student with no disciplinary record.

Third Party Authorization Form

Grant the Center permission to discuss your record with an advisor. This form also permits an advisor or support person to be present during meetings.

Meeting Verification Form 

You may use the Meeting Verification Form to verify that you have attended the meeting/workshop required and assigned by the Center for Student Conduct.

Other Frequently Used Forms