Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

A “hostile environment,” as referred to in Paragraphs A and B above means a pervasive pattern of unwelcome behaviors (verbal, non-verbal, and/or physical) which substantially and unreasonably alter, affect or interfere with the working, residential or academic environments, making those environments intolerable. Academic Setting. Saint John’s University and the College of Saint Benedict are committed... Read more Read more


Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

A Statement of Principles Section A Academic Freedom and Responsibility ‘Academic freedom’ in the traditional sense refers to the University’s continuing policy of maintaining conditions of free inquiry, thought, and discussion for every member of the faculty in professional activities of research, teaching, public speaking, and publication. These conditions are regarded as necessary rights accruing... Read more Read more


Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

The mission of the College of Saint Benedict is to provide a liberal arts education for women in a Christian, Catholic, Benedictine environment. Essential to that liberal arts, educational tradition is freedom in the pursuit of truth by examination of issues and problems from various points of view. Confident that faith and reason are mutually... Read more Read more


Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

All members of the Susquehanna University community respect the dignity and worth of the individual and strive for the preservation and protection of fundamental human rights. While reserving for themselves freedom of inquiry and communication, members of the academic community accept the responsibility this freedom requires: interpersonal concern, objectivity and high standards of ethical behavior.... Read more Read more


Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

The purpose of this statement is to promote public understanding and support of academic freedom and tenure and agreement upon procedures to assure them in colleges and universities. Institutions of higher education are conducted for the common good and not to further the interest of either the individual teacher[1] or the institution as a whole.... Read more Read more


Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

The Environment: Austin College Student Handbook Student Conduct STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES Regarding Community Standards and Operation by the Austin College Board of Trustees This Statement of Principles is intended to communicate to the entire College community the fundamental convictions on which the life of Austin College is based. These convictions may be stated as follows:... Read more Read more


Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

As a liberal arts college with a strong curriculum in the social and behavioral sciences, Pitzer presents a unique opportunity for self-exploration and for exploration of the world. The College expects students to take an active part in planning their course of study, bring a spirit of inquiry and adventure to planning that course of... Read more Read more


Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

VIII. POLICIES OF NON-DISCRIMINATION AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY D. SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY 1. POLICY It is the policy of Pitzer College to maintain the College community as a place of work and study for students, faculty, and staff free of sexual harassment and all forms of sexual intimidation and exploitation. It is fundamental to the concepts... Read more Read more


Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

A. Academic Freedom Ursinus College, in all of its academic endeavors, has dedicated itself to searching for truth and gaining wisdom. Without the knowledge of truth and the morality of wisdom there can be no freedom; without freedom, both the pursuit of truth and the achievement of wisdom are impossible. The College seeks to carry... Read more Read more


Advertised Commitments to Free Expression

3.1 Luther College affirms its belief in the importance of freedom of expression and in the right of all members of the college community to protest actions with which they disagree, and it is for the protection of these activities that this policy on demonstrations is adopted. 3.2 Peaceful and non-obstructive demonstrations are among those... Read more Read more



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