What is a Conduct Record Verification?
A Conduct Record Verification (or disciplinary clearance) is a verification of your student conduct record. This verification is usually requested by law schools, medical schools, travel abroad programs, state bar associations, government agencies or independent agencies when you are applying for admissions or employment. Typically, the institution or agency you are applying to, or seeking employment from, will provide you with a Conduct Record Verification (or disciplinary clearance) document that will need to be completed by an Auburn University Student Conduct staff member. Please make sure to complete the form accurately as incomplete or inaccurate information will delay the processing of this document. To process a Conduct Record Verification, we must have signed authorization from the student.
Requesting a Conduct Record Verification
To process your Conduct Record Verification (or disciplinary clearance), Auburn University students and alumni must submit one of the following forms:
- Conduct Record Verification Request Form
- The verification document provided by the prospective institution or place of employment
These forms may be submitted in any of the following ways:
- In person at the Student Conduct Office, Auburn University Melton Student Center, Suite 1206
- Via Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Via Mail:
Attention: Conduct Record Verification
255 Heisman Drive, Suite 1206
Auburn, AL 36849
- Via Fax:
Send to 334-844-1132, Auburn University Student Conduct; Conduct Record Verification