To calculate a records destruction eligibility date use retention period + 1 day.
Examples of a Triggering Event or Cut-off-date are:
End of Fiscal Year - June 30th
For records filed by fiscal year, the cut-off-date is June 30th.
Records are eligible for destruction based on retention period + 1 day.
End of Calendar Year - December 31st
For records filed by calendar year, the cut-off-date is December 31st.
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End of Semester (summer, fall, spring)
For records filed by semester, the cut-off-date is the last date + 1 day
· Date of Separation/Termination
· Ending date of contract
· Close date of a Hiring Search
Until Obsolete or Until Superseded
For the retention period, until obsolete or superseded, records are eligible for disposition whenever they are no longer of any use or value to the university.
Remember, retention periods must be followed according to record series.