Financial Aid Code of Conduct and Policy on Education Loans, May 2008 Preamble This code of conduct applies to all university divisions and to all trustees, employees, officers and agents of the university, including without limitation individuals who are employed in student financial services or who otherwise have responsibilities with respect to education loans. This More
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This degree option combines classes from the Outdoor Studies and Education Departments to give students a thorough preparation for teaching in public and charter schools with an emphasis in environmental and outdoor education. The first year of the 45-credit program...
Year Term Course Title Credits Year 1 Summer Professional Ethics 3 Substance Abuse Assessment and Non-Diagnostic Assessment 3 Psychology of Measurement 3 Fall Individual Differences 3 Adult Clinical Assessment 3 Techniques of Data Analysis and Statistics 3 Spring Prevention, Wellness, and Resiliency 3 Adolescent and Child Assessment 3 Research Methodology 3 Year 2 Summer Biological
Title IX Coordinator Laurie Boom, Coordinator . Title IX Deputies Ben Hahn, Student Issues Kathleen Wyrick, Staff Issues . Tracy Stewart, Faculty Issues .Statement of Title IX Compliance Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits discrimination based on gender in educational programs which receive federal financial assistance.
I. OVERVIEW NY regulations require institutions to take steps to stem the spread of peer-to-peer file sharing and the unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material on their networks. EIIA member institutions seeking continued eligibility for Title IV funds through the U.S. Department of Education must ensure that they are in compliance with these new regulations.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student educational records. This law applies to students who are at least eighteen years old or who attend or attended a post-secondary institution, even if they have not reached
NYUS employs a range of assessment tools to assure and improve the quality of its programs. These include nationally bench-marked instruments as well as internal measures. Collegiate Learning Assessment – CLA The Collegiate Learning Assessment requires first-year students and seniors to analyze complex materials and prepare written responses. These are graded to assess
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