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Student Handbook and Community Standards

COVID-19 Student Conduct Sanctioning Guidelines

Each week that a student is required to test and fails to submit a COVID 19 test, they will receive a student conduct warning and a $50 fine. This applies to students across all programs.

The testing week is now Saturday – Friday.

In addition to the testing protocol, it is the expectation that all community members will:

  • Adhere to the University’s face covering policy
  • Participate in contact tracing when contacted by a university official within 24 hours
  • Report a positive COVID-19 test
  • Adhere to isolation and quarantine protocol as described to the individual at the time of intake

Continued violation of University policy will result in the student going through the student conduct process for their respective programs. This may result in additional sanctions such as but not limited to fines, student conduct probation, community service.

For more information on COVID-19 testing please visit www.northpark.edu/pandemic-response-planning/on-campus-covid-19-testing/.

Covid-19 Testing and Student Conduct

Student Handbook

North Park University is committed to providing an environment where students feel supported and respected. As a community we respect differences, encourage open dialogue, and commit to caring for all members of the community.

North Park students have both rights and responsibilities. We take seriously the assurance of these rights for every member of the community. Likewise, we expect each community member to fulfill his or her responsibilities. These policies are designed to support and maintain a scholarly community that values diversity and an inclusive educational environment.

Students will be held accountable to the following University community standards:

  • I will practice personal and academic integrity.
  • I will demonstrate concern for myself and others that encourages growth, learning, and development.
  • I will respect the rights, property, and dignity of all persons.

The Student Handbook provides complete information on how these community standards are upheld, the student conduct process for violations, and students’ rights and responsibilities.

The University is committed to providing and maintaining a welcoming environment, and will not tolerate discrimination, harassment, retaliation, or any form of intimidation by any person in any form directed against students, faculty, or staff of the institution, either in-person or online. Please familiarize yourself with our Equal Opportunity, Title IX, and social media policies.

It is our hope and prayer that you find North Park University to be a place that challenges you to extend your intellectual boundaries while at the same time supporting you in your development.