Disciplinary proceedings are confidential
Your disciplinary proceedings are confidential and protected by University policy based on federal law. For more information, read the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
If a parent or another third party contacts our office concerning a disciplinary matter, we will refer them back to you for clarification.
We will provide disciplinary information to your parents or another third party if you have signed a release to do so. Contact the Dean of Students Office for more details.
Your disciplinary record is also considered confidential. However, information concerning your disciplinary record may be available to appropriate University officials, faculty, and/or staff who have a legitimate educational interest in such information.
In addition, information regarding your disciplinary record may be released to other individuals or entities upon your written request or in accordance with state and federal law. CSU policy states that most disciplinary records must be maintained for seven years.