1. Eastern Connecticut State University is committed to compliance with federal and state legislation. Copies of appropriate legislation and the guidelines related to confidential records are available in the University library reserve section. The official transcript of academic records contains only information about academic status. Information from academic, disciplinary, medical, and counseling files is not available to unauthorized persons on campus or to any person off campus without the written consent of the student involved, except under legal compulsion.
2. Academic records remain permanently on file in the Registrar's Office. ALL MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY STAFF SHALL RESPECT CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION ABOUT STUDENTS WHICH THEY ACQUIRE IN THE COURSE OF THEIR WORK. Information about student views, beliefs, political associations, and personal behavior which staff members acquire in the course of their work is considered confidential. Protection against improper disclosure is a professional obligation. Faculty or staff judgments of ability and character may be provided with the knowledge and consent of the student.
3. Students have the right to see their records in accordance with prevailing state and federal laws and guidelines.
Article ID: 341
Last updated: 03 Jun, 2021