As members of the UArts community, regardless of whether you are a first-year student or senior, live on or off-campus, or are 18 or 35, all students are held to the same values and expectations. The student handbook and the Code of Conduct has been designed to both empower students while holding them accountable. Any community must have a set of guiding values; this handbook is meant to serve as a guide not only for our students, but also for faculty, staff and administrators to ensure that all members of our community, including faculty and staff, are informed about policies, procedures, rights and privileges.
We encourage all students to review the information in the Student Handbook to not only know what is expected of them as members of the University of the Arts community, but also to know their rights.
Each section of the handbook is marked and divisions within each section are clearly identified and linked to the appropriate page. We have also provided electronic links to the flipbook versions with specific pages for those students that find it easier to read as a book.
If, after reading through this handbook, you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office. Best wishes for the year ahead!
Dr. Greg Nayor
Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students