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Table of Contents

  1. RIT Honor Code
  2. RIT's Expectations For Community Behavior
  3. The RIT Student Conduct Process
  4. RIT Student Behavior Consultation Team (SBCT)
  5. Student Leave of Absence Policy
  6. RIT Policy Prohibiting Discrimination And Harassment
  7. RIT Process Regarding Bias-Related Harassment
  8. Policy On The Use Of Skate Boards, Roller Blades (In-Line Skates), Skates, Bicycles And Other Similar Conveyances
  9. Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Information
  10. Disability Services Processes
  11. Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy
  12. Event Registration Procedures
  13. Registration Procedures for Student Sponsored Events Where Alcohol is Served/Consumed on the RIT Campus
  14. Event Registration Process for Greek Circle Housing 
  15. Compliance With The Drug-Free Schools And Communities Act Of 1989
  16. Student Academic Integrity Policy
  17. The Division of Student Affairs
  18. The OmbudsOffice
  19. Records Management Policy
  20. Campus Crime Statistics
  21. Parking And Traffic Regulations
  22. Code Of Conduct For Computer and Network Use
  23. Intellectual Property Policy
  24. Smoking Policy
  25. Privacy Policy
  26. RIT Information Security Policy
  27. Institute Closings
  28. Student Health Center Rights, Responsibilities And Information
  29. Taxi Reimbursement Indemnity Plan (TRIP)
  30. Center For Intercollegiate Athletic & Recreation Rights And Responsibilities
  31. Institute Vendor Policy Related to Special Vending Activities and Food Vending/Catering
  32. Student Organization Recognition Guidelines
  33. Definition of Organization-Related Event
  34. Expansion/Recognition Procedures for Fraternity/Sorority Organizations at RIT
  35. Excerpt from Policy with Respect to Demonstrations on Campus
  36. Credit Card Marketing Policy


This manual was compiled and organized by the Office of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs. The policies contained in this publication are drawn from many sources within the Institute. Complete academic policy information is available in the Institute Policies and Procedures Manual. Students with specific academic policy questions should consult their academic department or college. Other references containing policies related to student life at RIT are the Undergraduate Bulletin and Residence Halls Terms of Occupancy. This version of the RIT Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook is current as of its printing. For the most up-to-date version of our handbook, please consult our website at: http://www.rit.edu/studentaffairs/studentconduct/rr.php. RIT does not discriminate. RIT promotes and values diversity within its workforce and provides equal opportunity to all qualified individuals regardless of race, color, creed, age, marital status, sex, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, veteran status, or disability. For Title VI, Title IX and Section 504/Title II ADA inquiries contact: Judy Bender, Title IX coordinator @ 585-475-4315, jebpsn@rit.edu, 5000 Eastman Hall or go to: 

http://www.rit.edu/fa/humanresources/Diversity/TitleIX for more information.

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