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Arrow RIT's Expectations For Community Behavior
  • RIT is a learning community where time, energy and resources are directed toward learning and personal development.
  • Members of the community live and work together to foster their own learning, as well as the learning of others, both in and outside the classroom.
  • Within the community, members hold themselves and each other to high standards of personal integrity and responsibility.
  • Individual members continually strive to exceed their personal best in academic performance and the development of interpersonal and professional skills and attributes.
  • As a member of the community, each person continually conducts himself/herself in a manner that reflects thoughtful, civil, sober and considerate behavior.
  • As a member of the community, each person respects the dignity of all persons and acts to protect and safeguard the well being and property of others.
  • As a member of the community, each individual contributes to the continued advancement and support of the community, personally challenging behavior that is contrary to the welfare of others.
  • Members of the community create a campus culture that values diversity and discourages bigotry, while striving to learn from individual differences.

As mentioned in C 0.0 - Compliance Policy and Code of Ethical Conduct, approved December 2009, edited August 2011