Academic staff enjoy significant amounts of academic freedom in designing and teaching their courses, while departments and programs have considerable input in curricula. One result is that policies concerning teaching and learning are found in multiple documents. Those teaching at CEU should acquaint themselves with the university's policy repository (on-campus access or VPN recommended), student handbooks and policies of the various programs in which they teach, and other relevant policies.
Please find below a non-exhaustive selection of some policies, handbooks, and guidelines concerning teaching:
- Academic Staff Handbook
- Students Rights, Rules, and Academic Regulations
- Student Records Manual (including Grading)
Program- and Degree-Specific Policies
- Undergraduate handbooks
- CEU Doctoral Regulations
- Department- and Program-Specific Handbooks or Regulations
Please note that the above-noted documents are provided merely as an indication of some of the types of policies faculty should consult when teaching. The Elkana Center is not responsible for the creation, interpreation, or enforcement of these and other policies.