Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

“…the group believed we needed to make explicit much of what’s implicit in our institutional documents, regulations, and ritual.” The national media in the late 1980s, brought us countless reports of alarming incidents on college campuses including date rapes, gang rapes, attacks and insults directed at gay persons, hazing and violent public displays of sexism,... Read more Read more


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Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

3. Respect for University Property and Property of Others. Maintaining and preserving University grounds, academic buildings, residence and dining facilities, and associated structures is an obligation of all members of the community. Similarly, maintaining and preserving personal property is an obligation of all members of the community. 3.1 Posting. Students must obtain permission to post... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

Purpose To announce and publicize the university Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

Student organizations, athletic teams, and student businesses (including FME), must have an original copy of a flyer, banner, and other advertisement approved and stamped by the Office of Campus Life prior to copying these materials for distribution. Postings may be displayed in designated spaces in campus buildings according to building policies, which may require additional... Read more Read more


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Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

It is the law and the policy of Nicholls State University to prohibit discrimination, including harassment, against students with disabilities. Complaints about discrimination or harassment based on disability will be investigated and resolved promptly. A student may present a complaint to any university officer or to a confidential advisor. Students with a documented disability may... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

The Social Policy is the result of the combined efforts of Lehigh University students, faculty, alumni and administration. It represents our attempt to describe the social climate we wish to establish and maintain at Lehigh. Its success is dependent upon the cooperation of students, faculty, administration and alumni to both understand and uphold the spirit... Read more Read more


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