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Academic Policies

The vice president for Academic Affairs and provost is the official representative of the University in matters pertaining to the scholastic life of the student body. Regulations made by her/him in addition to, in abrogation of, or in interpretation of the following regulations have the same force as the regulations themselves.

In case of discrepancy between the University catalog and other publications or academic information provided by any faculty or staff member other than the vice president for Academic Affairs and provost, the catalog takes precedence.

The University reserves the right to terminate or modify program requirements, content and sequence of courses, and program offerings.

Students separating from the University completely for a period of one year or more are bound by the catalog in effect when they re-enter.

It is the responsibility of each student to be acquainted with all requirements for his or her degree program and to assume responsibility for meeting those requirements. In case of ambiguity, discrepancy, or disagreement, the regulations and requirements stated in this catalog and any subsequent modifications or interpretations by the vice president for Academic Affairs and provost will prevail.

The academic requirements and regulations of Marymount University are published in this official University catalog and in other University announcements. Further information and advice regarding academic regulations may be secured by inquiring at the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost and the Office of the Registrar.

Academic Advising
Academic Honors
Academic Integrity Policy
Academic-Level Status
Academic Load
Academic Probation and Dismissal
Academic Year
Change of Major
Degree Planning
Evaluation of Students
Graduate-Level Coursework
Post-Baccalaureate Student Academic Policies
Required Proficiency
Requirements for Graduation
Separation from the University
Student Grievance Process
Students Called to Military Duty
Students Enrolled in Bachelor’s/Master’s Programs
Students Pursuing a Double Major or Dual Degrees
Students Pursuing a Minor
Transfer Policies