Although the policies contained herein are intended to reflect current rules and policies of the University, users are cautioned that changes or additions may have become effective since the publication of this material. In the event of a conflict, current statements of Board policy contained in the Bylaws, Rules, official minutes, and other pronouncements of the Board or Chancellor, or superseding law, shall prevail.
The policy establishes consequences for not showing up for on-campus interviews.
This policy establishes expectations for the use of the Ferguson Student Center and surrounding grounds.
No individual shall directly engage in hazing or indirectly encourage, aid, or assist any other person in hazing.
This document establishes the standards and expectations for students who live in on-campus housing.
The Medical Emergency Assistance Policy encourages members of the University community to be accountable, make responsible decisions, and seek medical assistance and treatment when faced with an alcohol or other drug-related potential emergency.
The policy defines the standards and approval process for policies withing the Division of Student Life.
The purpose of the Social Event Guidelines is to support students as they sponsor events, encourage the development of leadership skills when planning and hosting events, and help create a safe social environment.
The Student Code of Conduct establishes baseline expectations for student behavior and documents the process for managing student conduct issues.
This policy establishes guidelines for student organizations who wish to use portable debit/credit card readers on campus.
This policy protects the health of students by screening them for tuberculosis, and immunizing them against measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR), Meningitis.