Function/Activity: To document the provision of programs and services to students with special needs including students with disabilities
Description/Type of Records: Application/consent forms, assessment records, requests for accommodations, notes on options for accommodation, accessibility plans, letters of accommodation, education disability grant applications and reports noting amount received and spent, correspondence, appeals and modified letters of accommodation.
|Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR)||Retention||Disposition|
|Student Accessibility Services
Vice-Provost (Student Experience)
Instructors, Faculties and Departments
|12 years after student is no longer receiving accommodations||Confidential shred or delete|
Access to these records is restricted due to personal information contained therein to the individual they relate to and to staff assigned the authority to compile, classify, annotate, read, retrieve, transfer or destroy this record series.
Records Management Instructions:
To facilitate the retention and destruction of records relating to accommodations, campus units should maintain these files in department or faculty central filing, filing them by date of accommodation letter.
For Offices of Primary Responsibility (OPR):
Student Accommodation Policy, s.4.12
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, s.34(b)
Limitations Act, Chapter L-15.1,s.1(f); s.3(1) and Chapter L-12, s.5.1(2).
College of Alberta Psychologists Standards of Practice (2013), s.7.3 and s. 7.4
- Susan Barker, Vice-Provost (Student Experience)
- Jo-Ann Munn Gafuik, Senior Officer, Policy and FOIP
- Bonnie Woelk, University Records Committee (Chair)
20 December 2016