MCCCD Records & Information Management (RIM)
Records and Information Management
As stewards of the public's resources, employees of MCCCD are responsible for providing proof of the work we do to satisfy legal and statutory regulations. The process of creating, assessing value, maintaining and disposing of documents and data is what record and information management is all about.
Who is responsible for managing records and information for the MCCCD? The simple answer is ... everyone. Faculty, staff and administrators (whether full-time, part-time, OSO, OYO, temporary or adjunct) are responsible for the documents and data they create in the course of daily operations. All Maricopans are responsible for knowing about records and information management and public records release. The Office of Public Stewardship provides training and guidance on records and information management.
This website serves as a resource
to help Maricopa Community College
employees (faculty, staff and administrators)
to appropriately manage records and
information. It will also provide guidance on
storage, archiving, disposition, and
reporting to state agencies. As a political
subdivision of the State of Arizona, many
of the records of the Maricopa Community
Colleges are considered public records (with
some restrictions) and subject to review by
any member of the communties we serve. To
this end, records and information need to be
organized and easily retrieved if a member of
the public were to request to review them.
Of Interest ...
- Retention Schedules
- Public Records and Public Records Request
- Common Terms Defined
- Retrieval, Disclosure and Retention of Email Records [ FAQ | AR 4.15 ]
- Additional Resources
Quick Reference Guides