Records Retention Information & Resources
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Records Retention Information and Resources

CAUTION
A state record whose retention period has expired may not be destroyed if any litigation, claim, negotiation, audit, public information request, administrative review, or other action involving the record is initiated; its destruction shall not occur until the completion of the action and the resolution of all issues that arise from it.
 
A state record whose retention period expires during any litigation, claim, negotiation, audit, public information request, administrative review, or other action involving the record may not be destroyed until the completion of the action and the resolution of all issues that arise from it.
 
Listed below is the Texas Southern University Records Retention Schedule. Please refer to the retention codes when reading this document. For more information, please contact the Office of Institutional Compliance.
 

Records Management

The function of records management is a component of The Office of Institutional Compliance. This site is designed to act as a reference guide and source of various forms of information concerning records management. This includes such factors as the inventory, organization and retention of state records. The information being provided has been designed to precisely detail the responsibilities of each department/area as well as the duties of the Records Management Coordinator, as detailed by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, State and Local Records management Division. The information contained on this website has been obtained from Records Management Policy Model 2 (for Ordinance, Order, or Resolution) - Texas State Library as well as the Texas State Records Management Manual.
 
Please refer any questions or comments to  compliance@tsu.edu
 

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