Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

When approaching faculty members about presenting a program, talk with the professor about his/her hobbies or research interests. Chances are that this person would love to talk about his/her travels abroad, a community service project, or a hobby that would enhance our appreciation of diversity efforts. When seeking presenters for your educational programs, try to... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

Resident’s Rights & Responsibilities (found on Page 101 of the Student Handbook) It has been included here for your convenience. The following is a listing of your ‘rights’ – what you are entitled to as a student living in one of St. Lawrence’s residences and your ‘responsibilities’ – in other words, what is expected of... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

2. Respect for the Health, Safety, and Rights of Community Members 2.0 All members of the community share the responsibility for protecting and maintaining community health and safety and the rights of other persons. Concentrated housing, varied activities, and the needs of students and faculty for freedom to pursue their own educational tasks, free from... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

PLEDGE OF PROFESSIONALISM As a student of pharmacy, I believe there is a need to build and reinforce a professional identity founded on integrity, ethical behavior, and honor. This development, a vital process in my education, will help ensure that I am true to the professional relationship I establish between myself and society as I... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

The physician has been entrusted by society with vital responsibilities — maintenance of health and prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. In accepting this trust, it is expected that members of the medical profession will act honorably in all of their endeavors. The need to adhere to the highest standards of personal and professional integrity... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

The Fundamental Standard has set the standard of conduct for students at Stanford since 1896. It states in part: Students at Stanford are expected to show both within and without the University such respect for order, morality, personal honor and the rights of others as is demanded of good citizens. Failure to do this will... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

The Fundamental Standard has set the standard of conduct for students at Stanford since 1896. It states: ‘Students at Stanford are expected to show both within and without the University such respect for order, morality, personal honor and the rights of others as is demanded of good citizens. Failure to do this will be sufficient... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

The Fundamental Standard has set the standard of conduct for students at Stanford since 1896. It states: ‘Students at Stanford are expected to show both within and without the University such respect for order, morality, personal honor and the rights of others as is demanded of good citizens. Failure to do this will be sufficient... Read more Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

The Fundamental Standard has set the standard of conduct for students at Stanford since 1896. It states: Read more


Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience

‘WE WILL NOT LIE, STEAL, OR CHEAT, NOR TOLERATE AMONG US ANYONE WHO DOES’ This is the AFROTC Cadet Honor Code; a code that should mean many things to cadets as future officers. It means the pride of knowing their word is trusted implicitly. It means the respect they have for the property of others... Read more Read more



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