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Access to Student Education Records (VIII.A.4)

Volume VIII: Records
Chapter A: Records
Responsible Executive: Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Responsible Office: Office of the Registrar
Date Issued: November 1, 2011
Date Last Revised: November 18, 2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Statement of Policy
Reason for This Policy
Individuals and Entities Affected by This Policy
Who Should Know This Policy
Exclusions
Website Address for This Policy
Contacts
Definitions
Responsibilities
Procedures
Related Documents, Forms and Tools
History and Updates
Appendix

STATEMENT OF POLICY

Purdue University complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), as amended, the federal law that protects the privacy of Education Records of Students. As such, Education Records and Personally Identifiable Information will be released only with the signed consent of the Student, except in those instances outlined in section A of the Procedures. Additionally, FERPA provides Students the following rights with respect to reviewing and accessing their own Education Records. The University will annually notify Students currently attending the University of these rights.

  1. Be provided a list of the types and location of Education Records maintained by the University and the titles and addresses of the University Officials responsible for those records.

  2. Inspect and review Education Records within 45 days of a written request being presented to the authorized Records Custodian in question (this timeframe and requirement for a written release does not apply to records released under item 7 below).

  3. Receive a response from the University to reasonable requests for explanations and interpretations of their Education Records.

  4. Obtain a copy of Education Records, for which Students may be required to pay the reproducing cost (this cost does not apply to official transcripts or records released under item 7 below).

  5. Request amendments to their Education Records to ensure that they are accurate and not misleading or otherwise in violation of privacy rights. If the University refuses to make such amendments, Students may request an administrative hearing to challenge the content of the record(s) on the same grounds and to insert a written statement or explanation commenting upon the information in the record.

  6. Inspect and review only such parts of educational material documents as relate to him/her or to be informed of such specific information.

  7. Receive a copy, if desired, of all records supporting their enrollment or transfer to another school, and have an opportunity for an administrative hearing to challenge the content of the records if necessary.

  8. Be notified, upon request, of the names of all individuals providing confidential letters and statements regarding the Students’ admission, application for employment or the receipt of an honor or honorary recognition.

  9. Revoke, in writing, any previously executed waiver of rights under FERPA with respect to any actions occurring after such revocation.

  10. Inspect the Disclosure Logs kept permanently with their Education Record.

  11. File complaints with the Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Ave. SW, Washington, DC 20202-5920.

  12. Consent to disclosures of Personally Identifiable Information contained in the Student’s Education Record except as provided in section A of the Procedures.

REASON FOR THIS POLICY

This policy ensures that Purdue University protects the privacy of Student Education Records in accordance with federal law and regulations and complies with requirements imposed on recipients of federal funding under programs of the U.S. Department of Education.

INDIVIDUALS AND ENTITIES AFFECTED BY THIS POLICY

This policy affects all faculty, staff, Students, Parents/guardians, contractors, volunteers and third parties.

WHO SHOULD KNOW THIS POLICY

  • President
  • Vice Presidents
  • Vice Provosts
  • Chancellors
  • Vice Chancellors
  • Deans
  • Department Heads/Chairs
  • Directors
  • Registrars
  • Bursars
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Parents/Guardians
  • Volunteers
  • Contractors

EXCLUSIONS

This policy does not give Students the right to prevent disclosure of their names or other identifiers in the classroom.

This policy does not prohibit faculty members or instructors from carrying out customary practices, such as group grading of team assignments and/or projects.

This policy does not give Students the right to inspect records maintained by the University at a campus at which the Student has not been enrolled.

Personally Identifiable Information related solely to a former Student’s activities as an alumnus of the University is not protected under this policy.

The following materials, information and records are excluded from the definition of Education Records and are not available to Students for inspection, review, challenge, correction or deletion:

  1. Confidential letters and statements of recommendation placed in the Education Record prior to January 1, 1975, when they are used for the purpose(s) for which they were specifically intended.
  2. Confidential letters and statements of recommendations, used solely for the purposes for which they were specifically intended, if the Student has waived the right to inspect and review recommendations regarding:
    1. Admission to an educational institution,
    2. An application for employment, and
    3. The receipt of an honor or honorary recognition.
  3. Financial records and statements of the Student's Parents or any information contained therein.
  4. Records of instructional, supervisory or administrative personnel or educational personnel ancillary thereto, kept in the sole possession of their creator and not accessible or revealed to any other person except a temporary substitute of the creator.
  5. Records that are created or maintained by a physician, psychiatrist, psychologist or other recognized professional, or paraprofessional acting or assisting in that capacity, and are used only in providing treatment to the Student, and are not available without written consent to anyone other than the person(s) providing such treatment, except that such records can be personally reviewed by a physician or other appropriate professional of the Student's choice.
  6. Employment records made and maintained in the normal course of business that relate exclusively to the Student in his or her capacity as an employee and are not available for any other purpose; this exclusion does not apply to a Student who is employed by the University as a result of his/her status as a Student (i.e., interns, teaching assistants, research assistants, etc.).
  7. Records that contain only information relating to a person after that person is no longer a Student at the University.
  8. Records of a law enforcement unit of the University that were created by that law enforcement unit for the purpose of law enforcement.
  9. Records regarding application for admission of a Student of one component or campus of the Purdue system who is seeking to enroll at another component or campus of the Purdue system unless the Student is accepted and attends the other component or campus of the Purdue system.

WEBSITE ADDRESS FOR THIS POLICY

www.purdue.edu/policies/records/viiia4.html

CONTACTS

Subject Contact Telephone Email/Web Address
Policy Clarification Assistant Registrar for Commencement, FERPA, Residency and Special Projects 765-494-8219 ferpa@purdue.edu
Calumet Campus Assistance Office of the Registrar 219-989-2210 webs.purduecal.edu/registrar/
Fort Wayne Campus Assistance Office of the Registrar 260-481-6815 www.ipfw.edu/registrar/
North Central Campus Assistance Office of the Registrar 800-872-1231 ext. 5459 www.pnc.edu/ap/registra.html
West Lafayette Campus Assistance Office of the Registrar 765-494-8581 www.purdue.edu/registrar/

DEFINITIONS

Alleged Perpetrator of a Crime of Violence
A Student who is alleged to have committed acts that, if proven, would constitute any of the following offenses or attempts to commit the following offenses: arson; assault offenses; burglary; criminal homicide (manslaughter and murder); destruction, damage or vandalism of property; kidnapping or abduction; robbery; and/or forcible sex offenses.

Alleged Perpetrator of a Non-forcible Sex Offense
A Student who is alleged to have committed acts that, if proven, would constitute statutory rape or incest.

Attendance
Attendance in person or by paper correspondence, videoconference, satellite, Internet or other electronic information and telecommunications technologies for Students who are not physically present in the classroom. The term also includes the period during which a person is working under a work-study, co-op program or participating in an internship.

Biometric Record
A record of one or more measurable biological or behavioral characteristics that can be used for automated recognition of an individual. Examples include fingerprints, retina and iris patterns, voiceprints, DNA sequence, facial characteristics and handwriting.

Contractors
Non-employees, including university legal counsel, performing institutional services and functions.

Dates of Attendance
The period of time during which a Student attends or attended the University. The term does not include specific daily records of attendance.

De-identified Record
A record from which all Personally Identifiable Information has been removed.

Directory Information
Information contained in an Education Record of a Student that would not generally be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. The University considers the following listed items to be Directory Information: Student's name; local and home addresses; local and home telephone listings; email address; major field of study; enrollment status (e.g., undergraduate or graduate, full-time or part-time) and credit hour load; classification; dates of attendance; participation in officially recognized activities and sports; weight, height, photograph and position of members of athletic teams; degrees, honors and awards received. The University reserves the right to amend this listing consistent with federal law and regulations and will publish any amendments.

Disclosure or Disclose
To permit access to or the release, transfer or other communication of Personally Identifiable Information contained in Education Records by any means, including oral, written or electronic means, to any party except the party identified as the party that provided or created the record.

Disclosure Logs
Documents maintained with a Student's Education Record by the appropriate University Records Custodian that record each request for and disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information from the Education Record of a Student, and that indicate everyone who has requested or obtained Personally Identifiable Information and their legitimate interests in obtaining it (other than those listed in section D of the Procedures).

Education Records
Any records maintained in any form by the University that are directly related to a Student. The term does not include:

  1. Records created after the individual is no longer in attendance that are not directly related to the individual’s attendance or studies.
  2. Grades on peer-graded papers before they are collected and recorded by an instructor or faculty member.
  3. The materials, information and records identified in the Exclusions section.

FERPA
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended.

Final Results
The name of the Student, the violation committed and any sanction imposed by the University against the Student.

Financial Aid
A payment of funds provided to an individual (or a payment in kind of tangible or intangible property to the individual) that is conditioned on the individual's attendance at an educational agency or institution.

Health or Safety Emergency
A situation that requires disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information from an Education Record in connection with an emergency where there is an articulable and significant threat to the health or safety of a Student or other individuals and where knowledge of the information is necessary to protect the health or safety of the Student, other Students or other members of the University community. In determining whether a Health or Safety Emergency exists, the University may take into account the totality of the circumstances pertaining to a threat to the health or safety of a Student or other individuals.

Parent
Includes a natural parent of a Student, a guardian or an individual acting as a parent in the absence of a natural parent or guardian.

Personally Identifiable Information
A Student's name; the name of a Student's Parent or other family member; the address of a Student or Student’s family; a personal identifier, such as the social security number or Student identification number, or any portion thereof, or biometric record; other indirect identifiers, such as the Student’s date of birth, place of birth and mother’s maiden name; other information that, alone or in combination, is linked or linkable to a specific Student that would allow a reasonable person in the University community who does not have personal knowledge of the relevant circumstances to identify the Student with reasonable certainty; or information requested by a person who the University reasonably believes knows the identity of the Student to whom the Education Record relates.

Purdue, University and Purdue University
Any campus, unit, program, association or entity of Purdue University, including but not limited to Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Purdue University Calumet, Purdue University North Central, Purdue University West Lafayette, Purdue Cooperative Extension Service and Purdue University College of Technology Statewide.

Records Custodian
The staff member responsible for Student records within the area where the record is located.

Student
An individual who is presently enrolled and attending, or has been enrolled and attended the University, and for whom the University maintains records. For purposes of this policy, one is deemed to be enrolled and attending once fees have been paid for a session (semester) or as of the first day of the session (semester) in which the student is enrolling, whichever occurs first.

Regulations Governing Student Conduct
The rules and procedures that govern Student conduct and disciplinary action as set forth by each campus. Links to each campus's regulations are listed in the Related Documents, Forms and Tools.

University Officials
Members of the University faculty and staff and internal or external auditors. Also includes contractors, volunteers, lawyers and other non-employees performing institutional services and functions.

Registrar
The staff member who holds the position of registrar on the Calumet, Fort Wayne, North Central and West Lafayette campuses.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Records Custodian
Maintain and protect Education Records under his or her responsibility.

Ensure FERPA and University policies and guidelines are followed when releasing Education Records.

Registrar
Administer this policy for his or her campus and establish mechanisms and procedures to promote overall compliance.

Student
Know and understand his or her rights regarding data and information in his or her own Education Record that is recorded and maintained by the University.

PROCEDURES

  1. Disclosure of Education Records
    Education Records or other Personally Identifiable Information may be Disclosed without the Student's prior written consent in the following instances:
    1. To the Student.
    2. Directory Information, unless the Student has restricted access as described in section B below.
    3. To University Officials when their legitimate educational interest in those records has been determined by the respective Records Custodian. A University Official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an Education Record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility.
    4. To officials of another school, school system or institution of postsecondary education where the Student seeks or intends to enroll or where the Student is already enrolled, so long as the Disclosure is for purposes related to the Student’s enrollment or transfer. The University must (a) make a reasonable attempt to notify the Student at his or her last known address, unless the Disclosure is initiated by the Student; (b) give the Student, upon request, a copy of the record that was Disclosed; and (c) give the Student, upon request, an opportunity for an administrative hearing to challenge the content of the record.
    5. In connection with determining eligibility, amounts and conditions or enforcing terms of Financial Aid for which the Student has applied or that which he or she has received.
    6. To Parents of a dependent Student, as defined in section 152 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
    7. To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena, provided the University makes a reasonable effort to notify the Student of the disclosure in advance, unless such notification is not required by FERPA.
    8. To appropriate parties in connection with a Health or Safety Emergency.
    9. To law enforcement agencies and to certain other governmental authorities and agencies as are enumerated in and required or permitted by FERPA.
    10. To a court in connection with legal action by the University against a Student or a Student’s Parent or by a Student or Student’s Parent against the University.
    11. To a victim of an Alleged Perpetrator of a Crime of Violence or of a Non-forcible Sex Offense. Such a Disclosure may only include the Final Results of the disciplinary proceedings conducted by the University with respect to the alleged crime or offense. The University may disclose the Final Results of the disciplinary proceeding regardless of whether the University concluded a violation was committed.
    12. In circumstances where the University has determined through its disciplinary proceedings that a Student is (a) an Alleged Perpetrator of a Crime of Violence or of a Non-forcible Sex Offense and (b) with respect to the allegation made against the Student, the student has committed a violation of the Regulations Governing Student Conduct. Such a Disclosure may only include the Final Results of the disciplinary proceedings conducted by the University with respect to the alleged crime or offense. The University may not Disclose the name of any other Student, including a victim or witness, without the prior written consent of the other Student. This paragraph applies only to disciplinary proceedings in which the Final Results were reached on or after October 7, 1998.
    13. To the Parent of a Student who is under the age of 21 at the time of the Disclosure where a Student has violated any federal, state, or local law or any of the rules or policies of the University governing the use or possession of alcohol or a controlled substance, and where the University has determined that the Student has committed a violation of the Regulations Governing Student Conduct with respect to that use or possession.
    14. To accrediting organizations to carry out their accrediting functions.
    15. To organizations conducting studies for, or on behalf of, educational agencies or institutions to:
      1. Develop, validate or administer predictive tests;
      2. Administer student aid programs; or
      3. Improve instruction.
      Disclosures made pursuant to this paragraph are subject to the requirements that (a) the studies are conducted in a manner that does not permit personal identification of Parents and Students by individuals other than representatives of the organization, (b) the information is destroyed when no longer needed for the purposes for which the study was conducted and (c) the University enters into a written agreement with the organization that complies with FERPA.
    16. To the party identified as the provider or creator of the record.
    17. The Disclosure concerns sex offenders and other individuals required to register under section 170101 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, 42 U.S.C. 14071, and the information was provided to the University under 42 U.S.C. 14071 and applicable federal guidelines.
    18. A De-identified Record.
  2. Notice to Recipients of Education Records
    The University may Disclose Personally Identifiable Information from the Education Records of a Student under section A on the condition that the recipient must be informed that the information is released upon the condition that it will not be Disclosed to any other party (except to its officers, employees or agents in the case of a recipient institution, agency or organization, but still only for the purpose for which the Disclosure was made) without the prior written consent of the Student. The notice required by this section does not apply to Disclosures
    1. To the Student.
    2. Of Directory Information.
    3. To Parents of a dependent Student, as defined in section 152 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
    4. To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena.
    5. To the accuser and accused in any proceeding alleging a sexual assault under the Regulations Governing Student Conduct.
    6. In circumstances where the University has determined through its disciplinary proceedings that a Student is (a) an Alleged Perpetrator of a Crime of Violence or of a Non-forcible Sex Offense and (b) with respect to the allegation made against the Student, the Student has committed a violation of the Regulations Governing Student Conduct.
    7. To the Parent of a Student who is under the age of 21 at the time of the Disclosure where a Student has violated any federal, state or local law or any of the rules or policies of the University governing the use or possession of alcohol or a controlled substance, and where the University has determined that the Student has committed a violation of the Regulations Governing Student Conduct with respect to that use or possession.
    8. That concerns sex offenders and other individuals required to register under section 170101 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, 42 U.S.C. 14071, and the information was provided to the University under 42 U.S.C. 14071 and applicable federal guidelines.
  3. Requests to Restrict Disclosure of Directory Information
    The categories of information defined as Directory Information may be released without written consent of the Student. However, Students may request, by reporting in person to their campus Office of the Registrar, that their Directory Information not be released without their consent. Such requests will apply only to subsequent actions by the University and will remain in place until removed by written request of the Student.

    Students requesting that information be withheld from their campus printed telephone directory must make such a request prior to the end of the first week of the fall semester.

  4. Maintenance of Disclosure Logs
    The appropriate University Records Custodian will, for each request for and each disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information from the Education Records of a Student, maintain a record kept with these records for as long as the Education Records are maintained that indicates the person(s) who requested or obtained Personally Identifiable Information, his or her legitimate interests in obtaining it and all other information required by FERPA. This requirement does not apply to:
    1. Disclosures to a Student.
    2. Disclosures pursuant to the written consent of the Student, when the consent is specific with respect to the party or parties to whom the Disclosure is to be made.
    3. Disclosures to University Officials, when it has been determined that the official has a legitimate educational interest.
    4. Disclosures of Directory Information.
    5. Disclosures pursuant to judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena when the University is directed not to disclose the existence of the order or subpoena.
  5. Inspecting and Challenging the Content of Education Records
    The University provides Students the opportunity to inspect and challenge the content of Education Records to insure that they are not inaccurate, misleading or otherwise in violation of privacy rights, and to correct, delete or insert written statements of explanation into such records. However, contesting or challenging an assigned grade is not covered under this policy and must be handled under the University Grade Appeals System. Although challenges to the content of Education Records often may be settled through informal meetings and discussions, either the Student or the University may request an administrative hearing to resolve the dispute. If a hearing is held, it must:
    1. Be conducted and decided within a reasonable period of time following the request, and the Student must be given notice of the date, time and place reasonably in advance of the hearing;
    2. Be conducted, and the decision rendered, by the authorized Records Custodian in question (or other University official designated by the President), provided that person does not have a direct interest in the outcome;
    3. Afford the Student a full and fair opportunity to present evidence relevant to the issues, and to be assisted or represented by individuals of the Student’s choice, including an attorney, at the Student’s own expense; and
    4. Ensure that the decision is rendered to the Student in writing within a reasonable time after the conclusion of the hearing, is based solely upon the evidence presented at the hearing and includes a summary of the evidence and the reasons for the decision.
  6. Retention of Records
    Records Custodians should periodically screen their respective Education Records and data containing Personally Identifiable Information to ensure that only those required or necessary are retained in accordance with laws and regulations, and the University’s own guidelines, on records retention. Disclosure Logs and any statements of explanation must be maintained as long as the Education Records to which they pertain are maintained.

    In situations where Education Records or data have an outstanding request to inspect them, the respective Records Custodian must retain such records or data until the inspection is complete.

RELATED DOCUMENTS, FORMS AND TOOLS

Disclosure of University Records in Connection with the "Access to Public Records" Act and in Response to Third-Party Subpoenas (policy VIII.A.3):
www.purdue.edu/policies/records/viiia3.html

FERPA:
www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/reg/ferpa/index.html

Records Management Website:
www.purdue.edu/business/records/

Regulations Governing Student Conduct:

HISTORY AND UPDATES

November 18, 2011: Policy number changed to VIII.A.4 (formerly VI.3.1) and website address updated.

November 1, 2011: This policy supersedes Executive Memorandum No. C-51, University Policy Regarding the “Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974,” issued on August 7, 2000, which was originally issued as Executive No. B-44, February 17, 1977.

APPENDIX

Students may have records in the offices listed below that are maintained by the Records Custodian or officer listed. Some departments maintain records separate from the college, school or division. Departments with separate records, their location, and the person responsible for the record may be obtained from the office of the dean of the college, school or division in which the department is located or, for non-academic departments, from the custodian listed in the table.

Table I: Offices on the Calumet campus

Classification Location Custodian
Academic Records Lawshe Hall Registrar
Admissions Lawshe Hall Director
Student Accounts Lawshe Hall Associate Director of SA
Dean of Students SUL Dean
Educational Placement Stewart Center Director
Financial Aid Lawshe Hall Director
Graduate School Lawshe Hall Director of Graduate Studies
Medical Records Student Health Center Director
Career Services SUL Director
Student Employee Records
Graduate, Undergraduate
Schneider Building Asst. Vice Chancellor for Human Resources
University Village Residence Hall main office Director
Veterans Affairs Lawshe Hall Registrar

Table II: Calumet Schools

School Location Officer
Education Gyte Annex Building Dean
Teacher Preparation Gyte Annex Director
Engineering, Math and Sciences Gyte Science Building Dean
Mechanical, Electrical, Computing Potter Building Department Head
Mathematics & Computer Science Classroom Office Building Department Head
Biological Sciences Gyte Science Building Department Head
Liberal Arts Classroom Office Building Dean
English & Philosophy Classroom Office Building (CLO) Department Head
Foreign Languages and Literature Classroom Office Building (CLO) Department Head
History & Political Science Classroom Office Building (CLO) Department Head
Behavioral Sciences Porter Hall Department Head
Communication and Creative Arts Porter Hall Department Head
Management Anderson Dean
Technology Anderson Building Dean
Computer Graphics and Information Technology Gyte Building Department Head
ECET Classroom Office Building (CLO) Department Head

Table III: Offices on the Fort Wayne campus

Classification Location Custodian
Academic Counseling and Career Services Kettler Hall 109 Associate VC for Academic Success
Admissions Kettler Hall 111 Director of Admissions
Alumni Relations Walb Union 125 Director of Alumni Relations
Athletics, Recreation, and Intramural Sports Gates Center Athletic Director
Bursar Kettler Hall G57 Bursar
Center for Academic Support and Advancement Kettler Hall G23 Associate VC for Academic Success
Continuing Studies Kettler Hall 144 Director
Financial Aid Kettler Hall 103 Director
Honors Program Walb Union G25 Director
Registrar Kettler Hall 107 Registrar
University Police Support Services Building 106 Chief

Table IV: Fort Wayne Colleges, Schools and Divisions

College, School or Division Location Officer
Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts 153 Dean
Business Neff Hall 360 Dean
Continuing Studies Kettler Hall 144 Director
Education Neff Hall 250 Dean
Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science Engineering & Technology - 243 Dean
Human and Health Services Neff Hall 142 Dean
Labor Studies Kettler Hall G28 Coordinator
Public and Environment Affairs Neff Hall 260 Dean
Visual and Performing Arts Visual Arts 102 Dean
Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts 153 Dean

Table V: Offices on the North Central campus

Classification Location Custodian
Academic Records Schwarz Hall Registrar
Admissions Technology Building
Schwarz Hall
Director
Bursar Schwarz Hall Bursar
Dean of Students LSF
Educational Placement LSF Director
Financial Aid Technology Building
Schwarz Hall
Director
Medical Records LSF Dean of Students
Center for Career Opportunities LSF Director
Student Employee Records
Graduate, Undergraduate
Schwarz Hall Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
University Residences N/A  
Veterans Affairs Schwarz Hall Registrar

Table VI: North Central Colleges

College Location Officer
Business LSF Dean
Engineering and Technology Technology Dean
Liberal Arts Technology Dean
Science Schwarz Hall Dean

Table VII: Offices on the West Lafayette campus

Classification Location Custodian
Academic Records Hovde Hall Registrar
Admissions Schleman Hall Director
Bursar Hovde Hall Bursar
Dean of Students Schleman Hall Dean
Educational Placement Stewart Center Director
Financial Aid Schleman Hall Director
Medical Records Student Health Center Director
Center for Career Opportunities Stewart Center Director
Student Employee Records
Graduate, Undergraduate
Freehafer Hall Vice President for Human Resources
University Residences Residence Main Office Manager
Veterans Affairs Hovde Hall Registrar

Table VIII: West Lafayette Colleges, Schools and Divisions

College, School or Division Location Officer
Agriculture Agricultural Administration Building Dean
Education Beering Hall Dean
Engineering Armstrong Hall Dean
Graduate Young Graduate House Dean
Human and Health Sciences Stone Hall Dean
Liberal Arts Beering Hall ean
Management Krannert Dean
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Heine Pharmacy Building Dean
Science Mathematical Sciences Building Dean
Technology Knoy Hall of Technology Dean
Undergraduate Studies Program Young Hall Director
Veterinary Medicine Lynn Hall of Veterinary Medicine Dean