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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 School of Engineering Academic Policies and Procedures Student Responsibility to Keep Informed  

Student Responsibility to Keep Informed

The academic policies and procedures in this chapter apply to all students enrolled at the School of Engineering. Students in one of the five-year, dual-degree programs also should consult the section in this catalog that deals with the college from which they will earn their second degree. Similarly, students in the first two years of the four- or five-year program at the Camden College of Arts and Sciences or the Newark College of Arts and Sciences are responsible for the information in the catalog of one of those colleges. In addition to the material in this catalog, engineering students are responsible for information appearing in the Undergraduate Schedule of Classes and Official Notices distributed to all Rutgers University student email addresses via the New Brunswick Official Student Listserv (NBOSL) printed every Tuesday in the Daily Targum and sent via campus mail or electronic mail. All students are responsible for maintaining an active campus post office box and a university email account.

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