For the purpose of supporting students’ post-UNH pursuits, Campus Access Services has initiated a Post-UNH Matriculation Program to assist students with providing documentation of a disability to institutions of higher education, testing agencies, and/or other organizations requiring the information for admission, certification or licensure, and/or employment.
Information submitted to CAS for the purpose of documenting a disability and other disability-related materials located in the student’s CAS Student File are considered confidential educational records. The CAS Student Files are not integrated with formal university records, but rather are maintained separately in the CAS office. These records are retained for a period of seven (7) years after the student ceases to be matriculated at UNH.
CAS will, at the student’s request, forward a copy of his/her records (including the documentation of a disability) to an appropriate qualified professional and/or other agency/institution/organization at any time throughout his/her enrollment at UNH, or within seven (7) years after he/she ceases to be matriculated at UNH. The student can request a copy of records from his/her CAS Student File for his/her own records once he/she has ended his/her matriculation at UNH.