Confidentiality of the Formal Hearing Process

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In order to comply with laws and regulations protecting education records of students and to provide an orderly process for the presentation and consideration of relevant evidence without undue intimidation or pressure, the hearing process before the Board is confidential and is closed to the public. Documents prepared in anticipation of the hearing (such as the Investigator’s report, the Notice of Charges, or any written pre-hearing submissions), documents, testimony, or other evidence introduced at the hearing; or any transcript of the hearing itself, may not be disclosed except as required or authorized by law or as may be authorized by the Title IX Coordinator (or designee) in connection with responsibilities of the University.