***Forms are now posted the Honors Blackboard Page
Honors Student Rights
- Honors students have the RIGHT to have information about Honors Program policy made available to them, on the web or in print.
- Honors students have the RIGHT to ask questions about Honors Program policy and make sure they understand it.
- Honors students have the RIGHT to discuss Honors Program policy with faculty, staff, and administrators in a courteous and collegial way.
- Honors students have the RIGHT to confidentiality concerning all aspects of Honors Program policy as it applies to them individually.
Honors Student Responsibilities
- Honors students have the RESPONSIBILITY of following Honors Program policy.
- Honors students have the RESPONSIBILITY of ensuring that they have accurate and up-to-date information about Honors Program policy.
- Honors students have the RESPONSIBILITY of notifying faculty, staff, or administrators about any difficulties they experience in adhering to Honors Program policy.
- Honors students have the RESPONSIBILITY of discussing with faculty, staff, and administrators any questions, problems, or concerns they have about Honors Program policies and procedures in a courteous and collegial manner.
- Honors students have the RESPONSIBILITY of ensuring that any information they share with other students regarding Honors Program policy is accurate and up to date.
Any Honors student whose cumulative GPA falls below 3.3 will be placed on Honors Probation.
Cumulative GPAs for honors students will be calculated at the beginning of each semester. Any student who falls below a 3.3 cumulative GPA will be placed on Honors Probation and will be required to meet with the Honors Director. If he/she achieves a GPA of 3.3 or higher at the end of the subsequent semester, he/she will be removed from Honors Probation.
Students must continue to make progress in fulfilling Honors requirements in order to remain in the Honors Program.
If a student is asked to withdraw from the Honors Program, he/she will not be required to withdraw from the Honors Living Learning Community for the remainder of the academic year. However, he/she will not be eligible for the Honors Living Learning Community in subsequent years.
Letter of Good Standing in the Honors Program
Any Honors student in good standing can obtain a letter from the Honors Director certifying that he/she is in the Honors Program at Stockton University. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Guides to Stockton Policies and Procedures
OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
The Office of Student Affairs provides access to a set of publications on Stockton students' rights and responsibilities. Click here for the Publications page, or the individual links below for specific publications.