Student Handbook 2017-18 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Student Handbook 2017-18
The Elizabethtown College Student Handbook is your official introduction to important resources and is your guide to Elizabethtown College policies, community standards and expectations for individual student conduct.
The Student Handbook is not a contract between the College and any student or third party. The College reserves the right, in its discretion, to amend any portion of the Student Handbook at any time. Accordingly, students to check the Student Handbook web page (http://catalog.etown.edu/index.php?catoid=11) for information related to any revisions of the Student Handbook. The Student Handbook, as posted on the Handbook’s web page, is the current and official version and supersedes all prior versions. Please contact the Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students.
To Start Using The Student Handbook: use the links in the left side navigation column.
Letter from the Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students
As a member of the Elizabethtown College community you enjoy access to many valuable resources ranging from academic advising and leadership development to tutoring sessions and cultural excursions. I encourage you to take full advantage of all aspects of the Elizabethtown College living and learning environment by becoming more knowledgeable about how the College works, by meeting professionals in various offices and by offering your ideas for the enhancement of our programs and services.
The Student Handbook is your official introduction to important resources and your guide to Elizabethtown College policies, community standards and expectations for individual student conduct. The College Catalog is your official guide to academic programs and policies. It’s essential for you to refer to both documents before you make decisions that may affect your academic success or relationship with the College.
All students are welcome to call me at 717.361.1196 or to visit my office in BSC 208 to share new ideas, to report concerns, or to request information or assistance. I look forward to talking with you.
Best wishes for a successful semester.
Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students