Reaching your best self at Hendrix
requires personal commitment and active engagement. I, as a Hendrix student, understand that I
am responsible for knowing the information contained in the College course
catalog and the Student Handbook. I also understand that I am responsible for
the following commitments:
A. Hendrix students are expected to
attend class in accordance with the catalog and individual course syllabi. Students who regularly attend class have a
better learning experience with stronger connections to their professors and
their peers. Active engagement in class
is essential to academic success; chronic absences typically result in reduced
academic achievement, including failing grades.
Hendrix students are expected to use, and respond to, official
communication from the College
(e-mail, phone calls, and texts).
Difficulty in accessing or utilizing Hendrix e-mail or the website
should be reported to the Media Center (SLTC first floor) or firstname.lastname@example.org. Students will be held
responsible for information communicated via official mediums.
Hendrix students are expected to tend to their own mental and physical
health. Campus health resources are
available for short term conditions. Persistent or chronic health problems may
require care beyond the campus resources. Students should discuss academic
options with their advisor, professors, or Academic Success office if
persistent health concerns impact a student’s ability to complete educational
D. Hendrix students should respect the
educational environment of the community.
The richness and diversity of the campus community is a defining factor
at Hendrix, and students, staff and professors are protectors of as well as
contributors to that community.
Behaviors that interfere with the educational pursuits of others may
result in administrative action.