Academic Policies

The academic and other regulations established by the faculty and administration of the School of Management and Labor Relations and the Board of Governors of the university are subject to amendment at any time.

Questions related to general student rules that fall under the jurisdiction of the School of Management and Labor Relations may be directed to the appropriate program.

It is the responsibility of the student to remain in communication with the director of the program for which he or she is matriculated.

Academic Standing Policy - The SAS Academic Standing Policy is described on this page. This does not apply to the B.S. program in Labor and Employment Relations.

Click here for policies, forms, and checklists related to the B.S. Program in Labor and Employment Relations.

Click here for the HRM Undergraduate Programs Departmental Policy Guide (For use by HRM Students).

Click here for Grade Complaints information.