The students, faculty, administration, and staff of the Duke University School of Nursing are part of the academic community of Duke University and as such are subject to the policies, rules and regulations of the University as a whole. Additionally, the School and its respective programs may, as deemed necessary, develop its own policies and procedures to augment those of the University.
Standards of Conduct
Duke University expects and requires all students’ cooperation in developing and maintaining high standards of scholarship and conduct, including the Duke Community Standard and School of Nursing Personal Integrity Policy.
Students are expected to meet academic requirements and financial obligations, as specified elsewhere in this bulletin, in order to remain in good standing. Certain nonacademic rules and regulations must also be observed. Failure to meet these requirements may result in dismissal by the appropriate officer of the university.
The university wishes to emphasize its policy that all students are subject to the rules and regulations of the university currently in effect or that are put into effect by the appropriate authorities of the university. Students, in accepting admission, indicate their willingness to subscribe to and be governed by these rules and regulations and acknowledge the right of the university to take such disciplinary action, including suspension and/or expulsion, as may be deemed appropriate for failure to abide by such rules and regulations or for conduct judged unsatisfactory or detrimental to the university. University authorities will take action in accordance with due process.