Can my college disclose my disciplinary records without my consent?

Q & A Main Article 2

It depends. Student disciplinary records are generally protected as part of your education record, but these records may be disclosed without your consent if you committed (or allegedly committed) a crime of violence or non-forcible sex offense in violation of school policy, such as

  • arson
  • assault
  • burglary
  • criminal homicide
  • destruction, damage or vandalism of property
  • kidnapping or abduction
  • robbery
  • forcible sex offenses
  • statutory rape
  • incest

The college can disclose the final results of a disciplinary proceeding to an alleged victim regardless of whether the college concluded there was a violation, and to anyone if it determined that you committed the crime or offense.