Academic policies governing student enrollment, such as registration, adding or dropping a course, auditing a course, credit overloads, directed study, internships,withdrawals, transfer credits, and readmission can be found at the Academic Advising Center.
Policies that govern the faculty such as ranks and reviews, promotion and tenure, annual workload report, faculty rights and responsibilities, and faculty governance can be found in the Faculty Handbook or in the implemented Agreement between Emerson College and the ECCAAUP, extended in April 2011 by then-president Jacqueline Liebergott to 2013.
Following is a selection of general and academic related policies. Among these, the most important include:
- Copyright policy
- Plagiarism policy
- Academic Misconduct guidelines for Faculty
- Electronic information policy
- FERPA: Privacy of Student Records policy
- Sexual Assault policy
- Disability policy
- Non-discrimination policy
- Credit Hour Definition Policy
- Grading policy
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Emerson College is currently undergoing its full ten-year review for reaccreditation in 2012-2013.