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Community Standards and Safety at Marymount

Campus Safety and Emergency Management

The Office of Campus Safety and Emergency Management at Marymount University promotes and contributes to the physical health and psychological well-being of the community through the prevention of campus crime, preparation and response to emergencies, and the establishment of a safe environment. Campus Safety Officers provide 24-hour general assistance, information and response to the community where needed.

To access the Campus Safety and Emergency Management Powerpoint presentation, please click here.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Marymount University complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), as amended (Public Law 93-380).  This Act is designed to protect the privacy of students by giving them rights concerning their educational records. The University may disclose information to parents or legal guardians of dependent children if the student has provided written consent, without the student’s written consent, only if the student is a dependent as defined in Section 152 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.  FERPA covers personal, financial, academic, and co-curricular information. To learn more about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and its application at Marymount, please click here.

Academic Integrity

Academic integrity is founded upon and encompasses the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility. Supporting and affirming these values is essential to promoting and maintaining a high level of academic integrity, and educating community members about the value and practice of academic integrity is central to Marymount University’s mission. Each member of the academic community must stand accountable for his or her actions. As a result, a community develops in which students learn the responsibilities of citizenship and how to contribute honorably to their professions. For more information about Academic Integrity expectations and policies, please click here.

Community Standards 

Marymount University welcomes and values all members of our community. Guided by the mission of our founders, the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (RSHM), to achieve unity through diversity, Marymount honors our diversity as a source of strength. Our differences inspire intellectual curiosity and collectively allow us to tackle the challenges of the world. We seek to foster an inclusive community in which each person’s race, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status, age, ability, class, national origin, and immigration status are fully respected and celebrated. According to the vision of the RSHM that “ALL may have life, and have it to the FULL,” we strive to create an atmosphere of mutual respect, cooperation, and civility where all community members are S.A.I.N.T.S—Safe, Accepted, Included, Needed, Treasured, and Seen.

This vision is supported by the Office of the Dean of Students, who focuses specifically on three areas: Diversity and Inclusion, Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, and Title IX. For more information on Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, please click here. For more information about Title IX policies and procedures, please click here.

Additionally, Marymount University students "Live the Saint's Promise" by embodying MU values: professionalism, respect, integrity, diversity, excellence, faith and service. Students represent this promise by caring for their peers and committing to their own
personal growth.
 
S Speak out against language and behavior that is sexist, homophobic, racist or harmful to others.
A Act. Take action if you see someone in a potentially dangerous or harmful situation.
I Inclusion. Intolerance has no place at MU. Be intentional about embracing other Saints of various cultures, identities and abilities. 
N Notify the appropriate campus authorities about incidents that violate MU Community Standards.
T Take responsibility for your role in preventing incidents of bias, bullying and sexual misconduct.
S Service. In service to other saints, do your part to help keep MU a safe and inclusive learning environment.
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