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Academic Registry

STUDENT RECORDS

A file is maintained for each student who registers at The British Canadian University. After an applicant is matriculated, his/her record is maintained by the Office of the Registrar. Additional files may be kept by the Academic Advising Office and/or a student’s individual School/Department, however, the primary source of academic information will be housed in the Office of the Registrar. The purpose of the official student record is to document the student’s academic career/history.

Students have the following rights regarding their education records: 1) to have access to their education records 2) to consent to release their records to a third party and 3) to seek amendment of information on the record, if the student demonstrates as inaccuracy.

In order to view their academic records, students must submit a Student Record Request form to the Office of the Registrar. After submitting the form, students will be invited to the Office of the Registrar via BCU e-mail within 10-15 business days to view their file. All files and the information in the files must remain in the Office of the Registrar during viewing.

Any alteration or misuse of official student records and/or an attempt to alter or misuse them, will result in immediate dismissal of any student or employee involved. The University reserves the right to initiate legal proceedings as it sees fit in instances of misuse, alteration and/or fraud.  Upon graduation or if a student leaves the University, his or her files are sealed and archived at BCU.

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