Student Life Policies
In Case of Illness or Accident
Institute Academic and Student Life Policies
Late Arrival Policy:
- Late arrivals must be in class by the first day of their scheduled classes of the second week of the semester. Exceptions to this policy can only be made by the Dean of the Graduate School for International Policy and Management or the Graduate School for Translation, Interpretation and Language Education.
Notify your Academic Advisor and the Dean of Advising and Student Services immediately if you know you will be unable to arrive to campus for the start of classes.
Your Academic Advisor will coordinate with the program chair and appropriate faculty.
You will be notified by your Academic Advisor once they have coordinated your late arrival details with your school.
Retaliating directly or indirectly against a person who in has good faith supported or participated in an Institute investigation of a policy violation of any type is therefore prohibited. Retaliation includes but is not limited to ostracizing the person, pressuring the person to drop or not support a complaint or to provide false or misleading information, or otherwise engaging in conduct that may reasonably be perceived to affect adversely that person's educational, living, or work environment. Depending on the circumstances, retaliation may also be unlawful, whether or not the complaint is ultimately found to have merit.