Official CPS records will consist of the following: an application: a copy of a student's approved CPS curriculum; a copy of his/her graduate degree plan (and any subsequent petitions for course changes that may affect participation in the CPS program); results of the completion
of approved courses; all official correspondence between the student, major professor, Chair of the CPS Advisory Council, and the Advisory Council;
The Chair of the CPS Advisory Council will keep these materials and will provide a copy of the student's CPS course plan and results of participation to the Registrar. The Registrar will maintain a permanent record of the award of a Certificate in Prevention Science and enter coursework results on each participating graduate student's grade transcript.
Personal data acquired on each student during the application process and participation in the CPS program will not be released, except in accordance with state law and University guidelines. The guidelines stated for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and the Graduate Appeal process in the Graduate Catalog will be enforced.
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