The academic record includes all documents related to an individual student such as their application for admission, letters of recommendation, and more.
General Retention of Records
Retention of student records is dependent on an individual’s student status within the Johns Hopkins School of Education:
- Records for individuals who are denied admission are retained for a period of two years.
- Records for students who are admitted to a program but do not register for courses are retained for a period of two years.
- Records for students who are admitted to a program, enroll, but do not complete the program and do not graduate are retained for five years after the last term of enrollment.
- Records for students who are admitted to a program and graduate from that program are retained for five years from the date of their graduation.
Retention of Transcript Records
Transcript records are archived permanently in the Office of the Registrar.
Retention of Registration Records
Documentation pertaining to registration is held for a period of five years. If any questions should arise regarding documentation of enrollment in a course beyond that five-year period, it will be the student’s responsibility to produce proper documentation to support any claim for a change to their record.