The Stillman College Student Handbook serves as a resource and guide to assist students in making the necessary adjustment to campus life. The College makes this handbook available to each student. The contents of the Handbook relate to the College’s ideals, values, history, structure, services and organizations. It also contains policies and regulations and the articulation of expected standards of student conduct is to further the mission of the College and to protect the well being of the community. They enable all the members of the College to function as a community and respond to situations, which threaten or violate that community.
See Student Handbook.
Each student, by enrolling at Stillman, is held individually responsible for reviewing and adhering to all published student life policies and College standards.
While the policies and standards outlined in the Handbook provide students an effective set of guidelines for personal conduct, the College reserves the right to enact additional policies and regulations, correct errors, or to modify existing policies as it deems necessary.
Stillman does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, gender, or disability in administration of its educational policies, admissions, financial aid, employment, educational programs, or activities.