| 1 . Academic Integrity || |
Academic Integrity The maintenance of academic integrity is the responsibility of every student at American Jewish University, undergraduate and graduate alike. The Honor Code provides a standard of honesty and declares that compliance with the standard is to be expected.
| 2 . Courses of Action || |
Courses of Action Students found in violation of the Honor Code or other University student conduct policies may be subject to academic penalties and or dismissal from their academic programs, pursuant to decisions of the instructor, the director of the
| 3 . Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 || |
Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 The Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (20 U.S.C. 123g) and regulations adopted thereunder (34 C.F.R. 99) set out requirements designed to protect the privacy rights of students
| 4 . Final Examinations || |
Final Examinations It is the prerogative of the instructor to determine whether a final examination and or a term paper will be required in any given course. However, if a final examination is given, it must be given on the
| 5 . Student Conduct || |
Student Conduct Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the University's function as an educational institution. This implies respect for persons and property and adherence to rules of good conduct and courtesy in all campus facilities.
| 6 . Student Obligations || |
Student Obligations Under the Honor Code, students have a two fold obligation individually, they must not violate the code, and as a community, they are responsible to see that suspected violations are reported. Where the Honor Code is concerned, an
| 7 . The Honor Code || |
The Honor Code All academic work is conducted under the Honor Code, a copy of which is available from the Dean of Students. Copies of the Honor Code are provided to each student during new student orientation. A copy also