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Concordia seeks to prepare students for thoughtful and informed living.  It proposes to provide integrated learning experiences in which the student shares with the faculty and staff the responsibility for the student’s own intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual growth. To help achieve this, the student has certain rights and responsibilities. Among these are:

 

Rights: Responsibilities:
The right of residence students to read, study, or sleep free from undue interference in and around one’s room. The responsibility to control noise and distractions that inhibit the exercise of study or sleep by another person.

 

The right to recreation in or around the residence hall.

 

The responsibility to modify recreation so that it does not interfere with the rights of others or cause damage.

 

The right to personal privacy.

 

The responsibility on the part of the University to maintain such an environment and for students to assist in this effort.

 

The right to a physical environment that is clean, healthy, safe and orderly. The responsibility for the University to maintain such an environment and for students to assist in this effort.
The right to recourse according to prescribed judicial procedures against anyone who infringes on one’s rights or property. The responsibility to conduct oneself in a manner that does not infringe on the rights of others and to initiate action should the circumstances warrant.
The right to participate in the process of self-governance.

 

The responsibility to be active in the process to insure the voicing of one’s opinions and ideas.

 

Last modified: January 25, 2018