policies

Students in some Japanese 101 classes are facing an unusual decision when taking their exams: “hold it in” or lose 10 percent of their exam score. “If he/she has to go to the bathroom, he/she must turn his/her test in ...

  Students who reside on Eagle Row in fraternity and sorority housing will see more expansive and consistent policies regarding walkthroughs and registered parties starting this semester, according to Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL) Director Megan Janasiewicz. As ...

Created by the Office of the Provost, the Office of Equity and Inclusion opened its doors this month. The office handles diversity training, sexual assault cases and ensures the University follows discrimination policies at both the University and federal levels, ...