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Confidentiality

All University of Richmond records and information relating to the University or its customers are confidential and employees must, therefore, treat all matters accordingly. No information related to the University, including but not limited to: documents, files, records, computer files or similar materials (except in the ordinary course of performing duties on behalf of the University) may be removed from the University's premises without permission from your supervisor. Additionally, the contents of the University's records or information related to the University’s business may not be disclosed to anyone, except where related to University business.

In the course of your work, you may have access to confidential information regarding the University, students, or fellow employees. It is a primary responsibility to be sure that no employee, in any way, reveals or divulges any such information and that information is used only in the performance of duties.

Employees will be subjected to appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including termination, for revealing information of a confidential nature.

Revised: 2.14.2016