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Records relating to documentation of students' academic history and provision of support services to students.


Student Services - Student Conduct - Case Files

Consists of records relating to student involvement with the University's non-academic code of behavioural conduct. Records may include complaints, submissions, interview notes, hearing documents, security reports, decisions, agreements, appeals documentation, correspondence and related documentation.

Office of Primary Responsibility

Office of Student Conflict Resolution


7 years after last action



Other Copies


1 year after last action



Retention Rationale

Records containing personal information that are used by York University must be retained for one year in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 460, s. 5(1).

Approved by University Secretary and General Counsel on 2008-06-20
Updated on 2012-03-09