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Post-UNH Matriculation Program Procedures

Requesting information to be sent to another professional/agency/institution/organization:

Students will be required to complete a Release of Confidential Information to Appropriate Qualified Professional or other Agency/Institution/Organization form for each request in its entirety including contact information for an appropriate professional at the organization/agency. This form must be printed and signed. This form can be handed into the Campus Access Services office in person, or faxed to: (203) 931-6082

  • Release of Confidential Information to Qualified Professional or other Agency/Institution/Organization:
    [ Word Form | PDF Form ]

Students must complete and sign any required paperwork from the organization/agency and submit it to Campus Access Services a minimum of two weeks prior to the submission deadline (or scheduled test date) to ensure its receipt at the organization/agency by the specified deadline.

A staff member of Campus Access Services will complete the paperwork, provide the required documentation and forward the completed packet of information to the requesting individual, agency or organization.

Failure to follow these procedures may result in delay, substitution, or denial of reasonable accommodations by the requesting individual, agency or organization.

 

Requesting a copy of records contained in your student file:

Students, who are no longer matriculated at the University of New Haven, can request a copy of documentation from their CAS Student File for their own records, with the following form. This form must be printed and signed. This form can be handed into the Campus Access Services office in person, or faxed to: (203) 931-6082

  • Release of Confidential Information to Self at end of Matriculation at UNH: [ Word Form | PDF Form ]

 

Student records maintained by Campus Access Services are retained for a period of seven (7) years after the student ceases to be matriculated at UNH. However, it is ideal that these requests are made as soon as possible to minimize any delay in retrieving the information to be released.