2020-2021 Student Handbook Table of Contents

  1. Gallaudet Mission and Vision Statement
  2. Diversity Statement and Guidelines
  3. A Quick Guide to Student Services
  4. University Policies and Procedures
  5. Student Grievance Guidelines
  6. Section 504/ADA Student Grievance Procedure
  7. Alcohol and Other Drugs Policies
  8. Alcohol and Other Drug Sanctioning Guidelines
  9. What You Need to Know About Alcohol and Other Drugs
  10. Signs of Trouble with Alcohol and/or Drugs
  11. Alcohol and Other Drugs Abuse Resources On- and Off-campus
  12. Federal Trafficking Penalties - Other Drugs
  13. Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures
  14. Hazing Policy
  15. Student Conduct Program
  16. Student Records
  17. University Technology Policy
  18. Photography and Film Rights Policy
  19. Emergency Preparedness/Emergency Evacuation
  20. List of Safe Areas on Campus
  21. Safety Tips for On and Off Campus
  22. Residence Hall Information
  23. Housing Information
  24. Residence Hall Policies
Gallaudet University students are responsible for knowing the information, policies, and procedures outlined in the Student Handbook. Although the printed Student Handbook was prepared with available information at the time of publication, Gallaudet University reserves the right to amend, without notice or obligation, any information or statement in the Student Handbook as deemed necessary, and once those changes are posted online, they are in effect. The online version of the Student Handbook is considered the most updated version and should be referred to at all times.

The Student Handbook is produced by the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs. Although it provides a resource and reference guide to some University operations, policies, and regulations, additional material is found in University catalogues, publications, departmental brochures, and official University memorandums. Students should be familiar with the latest policies and procedures so promulgated. They supersede all others.

Gallaudet University is an equal opportunity employer/educational institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, hearing status, disability, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, covered veterans status, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, source of income, place of business or residence, pregnancy, childbirth, or any other unlawful basis.