The advanced standing policy at Rensselaer is designed to give recognition to college-level work prior to matriculation and to allow students to pursue their studies at a level appropriate to their preparation.
Responsible for providing students with a variety of outlets to stretch themselves creatively, physically, and intellectually through programs in the arts, sports and recreation, culture, and science and technology; and includes Registrar, Greek Life, Dean of Students, Student Experience, CCPD, Student Living and Learning, Athletics, and Rensselaer Union policies.
The agreement that all students and alumni must sign to utilize CCPD services and obtain JobLink access.
Rensselaer's policy on the confidentiality of information shared with a Counseling Center counselor.
Policies and procedures related to course registration, including add/drop schedules, pass/no-credit options, registration holds, and various forms
Policy and procedure for requesting accommodations for disabilities (including temporary disabilities), and related documentation requirements. Also includes Grievance Procedures related to disability and disability accommodation.
The Rensselaer Policy under the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) relating to the confidentiality and permitted disclosure of student educational records. Also includes the Rensselaer policy on Parental Notification.
These include Rensselaer's Student Health Center's policies and information on patients' rights, medical excuses, advanced directives, food allergies/emergency Epinephrine administration, and appointment scheduling. Information on STI testing and on the Center's gynecological clinic is also provided.
Information and policies regarding Rensselaer's course grading system, including Incompletes and repeated courses.
Describes requirements for participation in Commencement ceremonies, degree verification, and undergraduate honors.
Includes Rensselaer Sports Compliance Manual, Student Athlete Drug Testing Policy, Rensselaer Policy on Name, Image and Likeness, and other compliance policies and procedures including the Rensselaer Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) Report, and the various forms that student-athletes must complete.
Guidelines for the timing in offering full-time and summer internships to students.
Describes the campus recruiting process.
Policies related to Rensselaer's intramural sports, including guidelines for sportsmanship and conduct.
Rensselaer has assembled a Guide to Readmission to facilitate a student's smooth transition back to campus to continue their studies.
Standards required of all employers engaged in recruiting at Rensselaer. Rensselaer standards incorporate those of the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Standards required of all students and alumni utilizing the Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) and the career search process.
Rensselaer's on-campus recruiting policy for alumni.
The Rensselaer student government consists of a legislative branch, the Student Senate; a financial branch, the Executive Board; a judicial branch, the Judicial Board; and two representational branches, the Undergraduate Council and the Graduate Council.
This site provides access to Rensseler Student Government policies and procedures, as well as records of proceedings of the Student Senate and the Student Senate Executive Board. Also includes Rensselaer Union Guidelines and Procedures.
Policies managed by Student Success include a Leaves process to enable students to postpone their academic work for a variety of reasons.
Includes the Rensselaer Handbook of Student Rights and Responsibilities, Graduate Student Supplement to the Handbook of Student Rights and Responsibilities, Rensselaer Alcohol and Other Drug Policy for Students, Rensselaer Academic Integrity Policy and Procedures, and the Rensselaer Community Health and Safety Agreement. Additional information and procedures can be found at the Dean of Students website, including information on the student judicial process, and Rensselaer notices under the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA).