Washburn Law Policies
- Mission Statement
Washburn University School of Law is to serve our local, national, and global communities.
Class attendance; employment; examinations; grades; honors; honor code.
- Building Access
- Computer Use
Washburn law email accounts; policies governing computer use and Information Technology Services resources; Information Technology Services general policies.
- General Policy on Use of Cameras in the Classroom
- Procedure to Request Video Recording of a Class or Event
- Equal Opportunity
Assure equal educational and employment opportunity to qualified individuals.
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Rights
Inspect, review, access student education records.
Tuition and fees; deferred payments; late registration fee; failure to pay fees and other financial obligations; refunds.
- Law Library Food and Drink
- Name Change Procedure / Update Student Information
Process for updating information to obtain a new e-mail address following a change of name.
- Sexual Harassment
Assure a harassment-free environment in which to work and to pursue educational goals.
- Disability Accommodations
Assure equal access and full participation by persons with disabilities; includes contact information.
- Reasonable Accommodations for Study Abroad
Procedures for requesting reasonable accommodations when studying abroad.
- Grading Guidelines
Average grades and grade distribution.
- Courtroom Usage
How to make arrangements to use the Courtroom.
- Honor Code
Commitment by students to adhere to the highest degree of professional integrity.
- Visiting Credit
Guidelines for accepting credit by students visiting at another law school.
Faculty members must send provide the Dean's Office with an electronic copy of the syllabus for each class they are teaching.
Purpose of this website; statement of responsibility; cancellation of classes or schedule changes.
- Website Privacy