Publications and Promotional Records
(1)Marketing Research Records: Records document research done to provide information about significant events and issues affecting the college. The records are used for research, and public information and education. The records include surveys; notes from focus groups; reports; studies; news clippings; and correspondence. (Minimum retention: one year).
(2)Press Releases: Records document college information officially released to the media for dissemination to the public. The records consist of press releases and public service announcements. (Minimum retention: five years).
(3)Publications: Records include publications produced by individual college offices, including student publications. It may be used to document the activities of the office for educational or informational purposes, or to communicate programs, policies, and events. (Minimum retention: Final publication: Permanent; Preparation Records: Until final publication printed; College catalog: Permanent).
Rule 166-450-0100 — Publications and Promotional Records,