Student Handbook 2019-2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Student Handbook 2019-2020
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 should check the Student Handbook web page 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 if you have any questions.
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Letter from the Vice President for Student Life
Welcome to E-town! As a student of Elizabethtown College you are the reason why the campus exists and it is our priority to have you be successful in your time here. You will enjoy access to many valuable resources ranging from use of the Bowers Center for Sports, Fitness, and Wellbeing, academic advising, leadership development, tutoring sessions, and cultural experiences. I encourage you to take full advantage of all aspects of the Elizabethtown College living and learning environment by meeting many of our talented faculty and educators across campus as we take great pride in having the College be a student-centered place. Your ideas are what help the College evolve and stay current, so please let us know how we are doing and what opportunities you see being possible moving forward.
While the Student Handbook is your introduction to important resources and your guide to Elizabethtown College policies, community standards and expectations for individual student conduct, the College Catalog is also your official guide to academic programs and policies. It is essential for you to refer to both of these before you make decisions that may affect your academic success or relationship with the College and please let us know what questions you may have regarding either of the documents.
I and everyone at the College are here for you, so know that each day you have many people that wish to help you through questions and celebrate your accomplishments. You can always stop by 210 BSC to visit or reach me at email@example.com as I would enjoy sitting with you. E-town is proud to have you as part of our community and we can’t wait to see what you will achieve this year. Have a wonderful day and Go Blue Jays!
Celestino Limas, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Life