What Records to Retain/What can be Destroyed
As a quasi-governmental agency, everything NMU creates, whether physical or electronic, is considered a record and must be retained for a length that meets NMU policy, accreditation standards, department operations, and state and federal laws and regulations.
How do you decide what to retain/destroy?
Review our What Records to Retain/What can be Destroyed guide. The guide has retention schedules, which will walk you through the process of determining how long documents must be retained and what routinely can be destroyed.
Records Management Services
Beyond maintaining retention schedules, we offer long-term storage of records at the University Records Center, destruction of confidential records, and assistance managing your records.
Record Storage Request—Send boxes to the University Records Center for storage.
Record Retrieval—Retrieve a record we are storing for your department.
Record Return—Notify us for pickup after you finished reviewing records we retrieved for you.
Confidential Record Destruction—Inform us when you want to have records confidentially destroyed.Staff Assistance—Have record organization, storage, or destruction questions/concerns? Contact us, and we will be happy to work with you!
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