Chapter 3. Institutional Operating Standards. Article 3. Maintenance and Production of Records. Student Records.
(a) The institution shall maintain a file for each student who enrolls in the institution whether or not the student completes the educational service.
(b) In addition to the requirements of section 94900, the file shall contain all of the following pertinent student records:
(1) Written records and transcripts of any formal education or training, testing, or experience that are relevant to the student's qualifications for admission to the institution or the institution's award of credit or acceptance of transfer credits including the following:
(A) Verification of high school completion or equivalency or other documentation establishing the student's ability to do college level work, such as successful completion of an ability-to-benefit test;
(B) Records documenting units of credit earned at other institutions that have been accepted and applied by the institution as transfer credits toward the student's completion of an educational program;
(C) Grades or findings from any examination of academic ability or educational achievement used for admission or college placement purposes;
(D) All of the documents evidencing a student's prior experiential learning upon which the institution and the faculty base the award of any credit;
(2) Personal information regarding a student's age, gender, and ethnicity if that information has been voluntarily supplied by the student;
(3) Copies of all documents signed by the student, including contracts, instruments of indebtedness, and documents relating to financial aid;
(4) Records of the dates of enrollment and, if applicable, withdrawal from the institution, leaves of absence, and graduation; and
(5) In addition to the requirements of section 94900(b) of the Code, a transcript showing all of the following:
(A) The courses or other educational programs that were completed, or were attempted but not completed, and the dates of completion or withdrawal;
(B) Credit awarded for prior experiential learning, including the course title for which credit was awarded and the amount of credit;
(C) Credit for courses earned at other institutions;
(D) Credit based on any examination of academic ability or educational achievement used for admission or college placement purposes;
(E) The name, address, website address, and telephone number of the institution.
(6) For independent study courses, course outlines or learning contracts signed by the faculty and administrators who approved the course;
(7) The dissertations, theses, and other student projects submitted by graduate students;
(8) A copy of documents relating to student financial aid that are required to be maintained by law or by a loan guarantee agency;
(9) A document showing the total amount of money received from or on behalf of the student and the date or dates on which the money was received;
(10) A document specifying the amount of a refund, including the amount refunded for tuition and the amount for other itemized charges, the method of calculating the refund, the date the refund was made, and the name and address of the person or entity to which the refund was sent;
(11) Copies of any official advisory notices or warnings regarding the student's progress; and
(12) Complaints received from the student.
Education Code 94803
Education Code 94877
Education Code 94885
Education Code 94900
Education Code 94927.5
(Amended by Register 2010, No. 47.)