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  School of Public Health 2017-2018 Academic Policies and Procedures Student Responsibility to Keep Informed  

Student Responsibility to Keep Informed

Official communications among faculty, students, and staff members in the School of Public Health are delivered by email. It is the student's responsibility to regularly check his or her Rutgers School of Public Health issued email account. In certain circumstances, however, official communications are mailed to the student's home address by U.S. mail. It is the student's responsibility to keep the registrar informed of a current permanent mailing address by submitting a Change of Address form (http://sph.rutgers.edu/academics/registration/forms.html).

The online catalog of the School of Public Health is the student's official guideline for information, policy, and procedures governing educational programs. Students should refer to the catalog and become familiar with its contents. Additional information regarding scheduling, registration, and deadlines is provided each semester in the Course Narrative, which is published online by the Office of the Registrar on the school's website (http://sph.rutgers.edu/academics/registration/narratives.html). The academic and other regulations established by the faculty and administration of the School of Public Health and the Board of Governors of the university are subject to amendment at any time.

The academic adviser is the student's mentor and guide for the academic program. Students should consult with their advisers regularly--at least once each semester.

 
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