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These Technical Standards describe the personal attributes and capabilities essential for admission, promotion, and certification for Adams School of Dentistry (ASOD) Students and Residents. All ASOD Students and Residents are expected to have read and understood these standards.
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors adopted a system-wide Policy that prohibits amorous or sexual relationships between faculty or staff employees and students they evaluate or supervise by virtue of their teaching, research, administrative, or other employment responsibility and students who are minors below the age of eighteen. The Policy also states that faculty or staff employees may not supervise or evaluate students to whom they are related by blood, law, or marriage
The Adams School of Dentistry and its students have a shared responsibility to prepare those students both academically and clinically for the practice of dentistry. Successful knowledge and skill-based development requires attendance of all classes, laboratory, and clinical sessions as outlined in the curriculum schedules and course syllabi
The Information Classification Standard gives a structure for the University's information. This structure helps us recognize the types of University Information we handle. It makes it easier to keep the information safe. This Standard considers the University's academic culture, which values sharing information. Classifying information the right way gives everyone at the University, at every level, a structure that supports their University activities.
Many students who are enrolled in the School of Nursing, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, find that they need to work; however, it is often difficult to accommodate the demands of academic and work schedules concurrently. It also is acknowledged that work in a clinical or educational setting may enhance the student's academic and professional development.
The University's commitment to equal opportunity for each member of its student body is unshakable. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill does not discriminate in offering access to its educational programs and activities on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
This Policy prohibits (i) all forms of Discrimination and Harassment based on Protected Status; (ii) Sexual Violence and Sexual Exploitation, (iii) Stalking and Interpersonal Violence, which need not be based on an individual’s Protected Status; (iv) Complicity for knowingly assisting in an act that violates this Policy; and (iv) Retaliation against an individual because of their good faith participation in the reporting, investigation, or adjudication of violations of this Policy.
Requirements for all data network activities at the University. Central coordination of data networks supports the University mission of education, service, and research. It is the responsibility of ITS to coordinate, monitor, and manage University network traffic and activities. Compliance with this policy and related Standard helps our campus facilities adhere to FCC and other regulatory requirements, not disrupt statewide or larger networks, and provide robust and reliable services..
This standard provides structure for effective operation of data networks for the University in accordance with the UNC-Chapel Hill Data Network Policy. This document represents minimum requirements related to all forms of data networking at the University.
This policy is intended to ensure sound in the Pit does not negatively impact libraries and classroom buildings during academic instruction times and to provide a process for requesting amplified sound in advance with the Carolina Union.
This policy has been established to provide for the safe and equitable use of Carolina Union signage spaces.
Regular clinic, lab, and class attendance is a student obligation. A student is responsible for all labs, clinic/rotations, class sessions, and classwork, including assignments, projects, examinations, and other course requirements, for all scheduled meetings. No right or privilege exists which permits a student to be absent from any given number of labs, clinic/rotation, or class sessions.
This document provides information for students wishing to take Summer School classes at UNC-Chapel Hill. Topics addressed include: admissions, advising, course load, class attendance, auditing, drop-add, and withdrawals.
To be eligible for promotion, students must successfully complete all course work and appropriate examinations/competencies, satisfy assigned patient care responsibilities, and comply with the technical standards for the semester under review. The determination of promotion is made by the Academic Performance Committee.
Only current graduate or undergraduate students can be nominated as an instructor or in any other instructional support position, such as a grader. Units may not appoint anyone else into these positions. If a graduate student is to be graduated in May, he or she must be appointed as a visiting faculty member, following the appropriate procedures and conforming to the academic credentials required in a particular college or school.