This notification is distributed annually in compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act of 1989, which requires institutions of higher education to certify that they have implemented programs to prevent the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees.
This form is used to initiate an appeal following the conduct process. Appeals must be submitted to the Dean of Students Office within five days after receiving written notification of the initial decision. The appeal must include a statement supporting the grounds for the appeal and all relevant supporting information.
This form is used to report an observed behavioral concern in direct contrast to the COVID-19 addendum to the student of conduct, or to report general concerns about a student or employee specific to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This form is used to report a complaint against a Salve Regina student for violations of the University’s code of conduct. The completed form is automatically submitted to the Dean of Students Office.
This policy outlines the process for students in good academic and judicial standing to interrupt their studies for the next semester by applying for a general leave of absence.
Salve Regina understands that students may encounter situations when physical or mental health conditions significantly interfere with their ability to function safely and successfully. This policy outlines the process for voluntary and involuntary medical leaves of absence in order to provide time for treatment and recovery.
Protest and Demonstration Policy and Registration Form
Salve Regina supports and commends students who take up the laudable tradition of speaking out against injustice through responsible protests. This policy assists students in maximizing the effectiveness of their events, and the registration form must be submitted at least seven business days prior to the scheduled event.