UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Federal Disclosure Records

UWSTU099
Athletic Participation/EADA Document

These records are provided both to students in paper or electronic format to disclose data about Equity in Athletics and to the Office of Post secondary Education (OPE), Federal Department of Education. The source and background for these reports are data retained in worksheets, spreadsheets, charts, surveys, email,web-linked data and narrative reports, all of which are to be considered records belonging to this series.Schools contribute documents and athletics data that are submitted annually as required by the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act(EADA), via a Web-based data collection, by allco-educational post secondary institutions that receive Title IV funding (i.e., those that participate in federal student aid programs) andt hat have an intercollegiate athletics programs.

Retention Period:3 years after required disclosure. Destroy or transfer to Archives
Pll? No
Confidential? No
Copies: Destroy when no longer needed.

UWSTU100
College Costs, Accreditation, Textbook information, Transfer Credit Policy

These records are provided both to students and the Department of Education. The source and back ground for these reports are data retained in worksheets,spreadsheets, charts, surveys, email,web-linked data and narrative reports, all of which are to be considered records belonging to this series. These disclosure records are organized in two broad categories: I. Non-Loan-Related Disclosure Requirements: Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information, Student Financial Assistance, General Institutional Information,Teacher Preparation Program Report, Health and Safety,Student Outcomes, Intercollegiate Athletic Program, and Voter Registration II. Disclosure Requirements Relating to Education Loans: HEA disclosure requirements that are related to Title IV, HEA program loans, and private education loans.

Retention Period: 3 years after required disclosure. Destroy or transfer to Archives
Pll? NoConfidential? No
Copies: Destroy when no longer needed.

UWSTU101
Graduation/Completion Transfer Out data

The records include data and reports supplied to the Department of Education (ED) and to students fulfilling Student Right-to-Know legislative requirements. The source and background for these reports are data retained in worksheets, spreadsheets, charts, surveys, email, web-linked data and narrative reports, all of which are to be considered records belonging to this series. Reporting to ED is accomplished via systems such as the Integrated Post secondary Education Data System (IPEDS). IPEDS collects data on post secondary education in the United States in seven areas: institutional characteristics, institutional prices, enrollment,student financial aid, degrees and certificates conferred, student persistence and success, and institutional human and fiscal resources. The completion of all IPEDS surveys is mandatory for institutions that participate in or are applicants for participation in any federal student financial aid programs and other programs. (See records retention information 34 CFR 668.24).

Retention Period: 3 years after required disclosure. Destroy or transfer to Archives
Pll? No
Confidential? No
Copies: Destroy when no longer needed.

UWSTU102
Institutional Information

These records and information are disclosed to students (including prospective students) and reported to the Federal Department of Education. The source and background for these reports are data retained in worksheets, spreadsheets, charts, surveys, email, web-linked data and narrative reports, all of which are to be considered records belonging to this series. The information collected includes, but is not limited to: cost of attendance including fees and books, refund policy,withdrawal procedures, study abroad programs, and name of accrediting agencies (See 34 CFR 668.43)

Retention Period: 3 years after required disclosure. Destroy or transfer to Archives
Pll? No
Confidential? No
Copies: Destroy when no longer needed.