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  School of Public Health 2017-2018 Academic Policies and Procedures Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Disciplinary Procedures  

Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Disciplinary Procedures

Rutgers School of Public Health students adhere to the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Disciplinary Procedures policy. Below are selected excerpts from this policy; however, the policy in its entirety should be reviewed by students.

Student Responsibilities

RBHS students have the following responsibilities:

  1. as U.S. citizens, residents, or visitors: the responsibility to be aware of and to abide by all applicable federal, state, and local civil and criminal laws and regulations;
  2. as students at RBHS: the responsibility to be aware of and to abide by all applicable university and school policies, rules, procedures, and standards, both general and academic; and the responsibility for personal and professional integrity and honesty;
  3. and as future health care professionals and/or biomedical scientists holding a public trust: the responsibility to adhere to all generally recognized standards of professional and 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.
Student Rights

Students on Rutgers campuses have the following rights: the academic freedom to examine and discuss all questions of relevance and to express opinions publicly and privately; the right to be informed of and to participate, when invited, in the formulation and implementation of appropriate policies and procedures affecting student affairs, and to express views about policies and issues of student interest; the right to form associations to promote common interests; the right to be apprised of criteria for academic evaluation, advancement, and graduation; all rights and protections mandated by applicable federal and state constitutions, laws, and regulations; and the right to seek redress of grievances and have complaints heard.

Disciplinary Procedures

Students should consult the RBHS Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Disciplinary Procedures policy itself for complete information on disciplinary procedures.
 
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