Students are responsible for reading all pertinent information in University publications
tuition/fees, add/drop, deadline dates, academic requirements and any administrative rules that
apply to students. Students are responsible for compliance with all applicable University and
rules and regulations.
University students have an obligation to fulfill the responsibilities incumbent upon all
well as the responsibilities of their particular roles within the academic community. In order
protect all students' rights and to establish procedures for addressing charges of misconduct,
"Student Rights, Responsibilities and Disciplinary Procedures" policy and an "
Academic Integrity Policy have been
adopted by the
Examples of responsibilities of University students include, but are not limited to:
- As U.S. citizens, residents or visitors: the responsibility to be aware of and to abide by
applicable federal, state and local civil and criminal laws and regulations and to immediately
notify the School of any convictions, guilty pleas or no contest pleas to any crime,
other offense and of any arrests, detentions, charges or investigations by any law enforcement
authorities, which occur subsequent to the student's submission of the student's criminal
check disclosure forms.
- As students at University campuses: the responsibility to be aware of and to abide by all
University, School and program policies, rules, procedures and standards, both general and
In order to assure awareness of University and School requirements, students are responsible
reading all University and School communications, whether transmitted or published in hard copy
electronically. This responsibility includes fully participating in New Student Orientation
programs, reading all new student orientation materials provided by the School in person and
electronically, and reading messages on the students' University e-mail no less than weekly,
completing all training regarding the School or assigned by the School within the established
- The responsibility to read, accept, sign and return the School
Honor Code Policy.
- The responsibility for personal and professional integrity and honesty in all
academic activities. As future health care professionals and/or biomedical scientists holding a
public trust: the responsibility to adhere to all generally recognized standards of
ethical conduct; and the responsibility to help ensure that high standards of professional and
ethical conduct are upheld by fellow students, colleagues and peers by reporting incidents of
academic and professional dishonesty observed in others.
- The responsibility to comply with the SHP Procedures
Applicants and Students who request accommodations for disabilities,
including the responsibility to provide timely information to the Office of Student and Alumni
request accommodations, to request changes to accommodations, and to inform the Office of any
circumstances affecting the student's academic performance.
- Additional information on Student Conduct can be found here University policy.