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Biennial Review 2012 Report for Drug-free Schools and Communities Act
This report contains a comprehensive analysis of the College’s alcohol and drug prevention program, including policy and enforcement and fulfills the requirements of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act.

Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act
This policy provides information on the College’s compliance with the regulations set forth by the Drug-free Schools and Communities Act concerning alcohol and drug prevention services, program and policies and publication of the Biennial Review. In addit

Extended Absence
This policy includes the protocols to follow for and extended student absence.

Guide for Review of Research Involving Human Participants from the College Institutional Review Board (IRB)
This policy provides the standards and guidelines required for conducting research involving human participants.

Hazing Policy
This policy defines hazing and informs students and organizations of possible disciplinary action(s) when found in violation of The College’s hazing policy. Students and organizations may also be subject to criminal prosecution for violation of the New Yo

Health Insurance Coverage for International Exchange, Research and Study Programs
International exchange, research and study program students are charged for SUNY-mandated health insurance coverage.

HIV and AIDS Confidentiality
This policy informs the College community of the HIV and AIDS confidentiality and privacy regulations and expresses compliance with the New York State Public Health Law, Article 27-F.

Immunization
The College's immunization requirements and consequences for non-compliance.

Mandatory (Domestic) Health Insurance/Health Insurance Waiver
All full-time students (12 or more credits) are charged for SUNY-mandated health insurance.

Mandatory (International) Student Insurance
All international students on visas are mandated to be covered under the SUNY international insurance program. In order to be waived from this policy you will need to show proof of comparable coverage. Very few policies fulfill these requirements. If y

Medical Leave with Conditions for Return
This policy outlines the procedures and conditions for placing a student on Medical Leave with Conditions for Return, including reentry requirements and implications for the student concerning academics, financial aid and health insurance. This policy may

Medical Transportation Policy
Policy on transportation for off campus medical care.

OSHA Blood-borne Pathogens Standard
This policy addresses the College’s compliance with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under the OSHA Act of 1970, SEC.5.Duties.

Procedures for Accessing Services for Students with Disabilities
This policy informs students on rules and regulations for accessing services for students with disabilities.

Residence Hall/Student Townhomes Alcohol Policy
This policy informs students of the standards of conduct with regard to the use of alcoholic beverages and the possible disciplinary action when found in violation of the policy. The Incident Response Model for alcohol and substance violations, noise viol

Smoke-free Campus with Minor Exemptions Policy
The health risks resulting from second-hand smoke exposure are well documented. This policy will reduce involuntary exposure of second-hand smoke and facilitate a healthier environment for students, faculty, staff, administrators, visitors and community m

Student Health Insurance
This policy informs students of the health insurance requirements of the College.

Student Injury Policy
The process for student injury reporting and referral process.