The Office of Student Support and Community Standards is proud to announce that students who have been found in violation of university policy may be eligible to have their disciplinary records marked as nondisclosable to outside entities. In order to be eligible, at least one year must have passed from the date of the student’s most recent incident, the student must have completed all sanctions, their case history cannot include suspensions or expulsions, and there must be no history of violence in any of the student’s previous cases.

Anyone who thinks they might be eligible can submit an application. Once the application is received, it will be reviewed, and a determination will be made as to whether they qualify for nondisclosure. Once a determination is made, they will be notified by email.

This policy change was the idea of a student who had been found in violation of a university policy and wanted to know if there was any way to leave this mistake in the past. Several students have already taken advantage of this policy and have expressed great appreciation for the opportunity to learn and grow from the past while being able to move beyond it.

If you have questions about this new policy, please contact Adam Jones, director of Student Support and Community Standards, at