Do not follow the records retention schedule to destroy records that are currently part of–or you are aware that they are going to be part of–any legal action or proceeding, litigation, audit, investigation, or review. For more information, see the Subpoenas for University Records Policy.
These records document the institutional accreditation process for Tufts by various accrediting bodies. These records include but are not limited to self-evaluation reports; final reports sent to the accreditation organization; statistical data; working papers; evaluation report; and related documentation and correspondence..
|Office or Department managing accreditation process
Transfer to Tufts Archival Research Center
The accreditation process produces a broad range of documents, many of them drafts and extra copies. Consult with the Tufts Archival Research Center about which accreditation documents to transfer and preserve.