Educational records about your behavior are confidential. If you want your records released, simply follow the easy process explained on this page.
A student conduct record check, sometimes referred to as a background check or disciplinary record check, is the release of educational information about your behavior to a designated third-party source. While these records are private, you may choose to release them to a third party that is requesting them. A student conduct record check may be requested for a variety of reasons, including:
Your student conduct record check will include reportable student behavior. Behavior is reportable if you were found responsible for violating a rule or regulation of the university through the student conduct process.
Third parties requesting a record check often provide you with a form that you need to complete and submit. Such documents often require a signature from the student. If you have a record check form from a third party, please:
Some student account holds may prevent the release of student records. To review any holds on your account, visit your HUB Student Center via MyUB.
Third parties may contact Student Conduct and Advocacy to request a student contact record check and should include:
Requests should also include a specific description of what information is needed along with instructions for return (i.e., mailed or electronic).
You can request a student conduct record check using the form below.
Government investigators must present a valid photo ID.