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All medical records and disability reports are to be kept in a secure location on campus separate from the student’s academic record. Academic records are kept in the Office of the Registrar.
Directory information may be released to the news media and other persons upon request. Such information includes the following:
- Dates of attendance
- Degrees and awards received
- Enrollment status
- Institutions previously attended
- Major field of study
- Year in school (freshman, etc.)
Students have the right to submit a request in writing to the Office of the Registrar to block the release of all or part of their directory information. To ensure confidentiality, this request must be completed and turned in by the end of the drop/add period of each trimester.
Personal information will be disclosed solely after a written consent is submitted. Students who choose to have their records released to a third party, such as a parent or spouse, must fill out a Records Release Form with the Office of the Registrar.
All documents submitted to Adventist University of Health Sciences become the property of the University.