Standard 9.11


Standard 9.11

 

9.11 Student Handbook lists and clearly describes the following:

a. Procedures for dropping/adding courses.

b. Institutional grading system.

c. Information on enrolling and withdrawing from the institution.

d. Academic advising.

e. Library services and provisions for learning assistance.

f. Overview of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), including amendments.

g. Student life with:

i. a general purpose statement for student affairs.

ii. regulations regarding student conduct (including the Code of Conduct)

iii. campus safety and emergency procedures.

iv. student due process procedures.

v. student complaint procedures.

vi. opportunities for ministry and social outreach/services by students.

vii. the purpose, organization, and function of student government.

viii. a description of student clubs and organizations.

ix. resident student life information (if applicable).

x. use of automobiles on campus.

xi. health services and student insurance.

xii. campus emergency and crisis procedures.

xiii. key administrative services.

xiv. listing of cultural, educational, and religious opportunities.

h. Instructions on filing a complaint with TRACS and any relevant government agencies.

Compliance:

The student life and conduct is outlined in the Student Handbook which is distributed during orientation, and it is available on the Institutional website https://www.sfwbc.edu/students/handbooks as a PDF download. This allows students, and parents, and to access the handbook. Students who choose to enroll are required to sign the “Southeastern Handbook Agreement” during orientation, confirming that they have received the Student Handbook and agree to abide by its policies and respect the “Biblical Foundations Statement.” The related policies with page numbers are listed in table below:

Student Handbook Entries

Page(s)

a. Procedures for dropping/adding courses..

11

b. Institutional grading system.

10

c. Information on enrolling and withdrawing from the institution

11

d. Academic advising

11

e. Library services and provisions for learning assistance.

40

f. Overview of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), including amendments.

46

g. Student life with:

i. a general purpose statement for student affairs

2-3

ii. regulations regarding student conduct (including the Code of Conduct)

8-9

iii. campus safety and emergency procedures.

31-32

iv. student due process procedures

37-38

v. student complaint procedures.

37-38

vi. opportunities for ministry and social outreach/services by students.

14-16

vii. the purpose, organization, and function of student government.

45

viii. a description of student clubs and organizations.

44-45

ix. resident student life information (if applicable).

25-28

x. use of automobiles on campus.

11

xi. health services and student insurance.

38

xii. campus emergency and crisis procedures.

31-32

xiii. key administrative services.

47

xiv. listing of cultural, educational, and religious opportunities.

13, 31

h. Instructions on filing a complaint with TRACS and any relevant government agencies.

37

Documentation:

Appendix C: Student Handbook 2016-2017 

Exhibit: Southeastern Handbook Agreement Form

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