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The 2018-2019 Student Handbook (.pdf) for the 2018-2019 academic school year is a resource for all students to use regarding issues pertaining to the University. Below is the table of contents for the online version of the student handbook. Each section will provide you with the most up-to-date information, including any changes during the academic year.

This policy affirms Point Park University's commitment to nondiscrimination, equal opportunity, and the pursuit of diversity. Point Park University does not discriminate on the basis of: sex, race, ethnicity, religion, color, national origin, age (40 years and over), ancestry, individuals withdisabilities, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity,  height, weight, genetic information, marital status, caregiver status, or familial status, in the administration of any of its educational programs, activities, or with respect to employment or admission to the University's educational programs and activities. This policy is in accord with local, state and federal laws, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Pittsburgh Human Relations Act. Inquiries regarding these regulations, policies, or complaints of discrimination should be referred to the Vice President of Human Resources, telephone number (412) 392-3952.


Inquiries regarding Title IX and the Title IX regulations should also be referred to the Title IX Coordinator, or to the deputy Title IX coordinators: the associate provost, the vice president of human resources or the vice president of student affairs. The Interim Title IX coordinator, Lisa Stefanko, may be reached at 412-392-3980, lstefanko@pointpark.edu, or 201 Wood Street, 709 Frontier Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.

 

Point Park's Title IX information resources, including the Notice of NonDiscrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy can be found by visiting the Title IX page.

Athletics
Career Development Center
Center for Student Success
Financial Aid
Honors Program
Library
Registrar
Students Accounts
Student Center
Student Conduct
Student Employment
Student Engagement
Co-Curricular Transcripts
Pioneer Experience (New Student Orientation)
Student Life
Commuter Resources
Housing and Occupancy Management
Residential Programming
Student Activities, Involvement, and Leadership (SAIL)
Study Abroad
ATM and Change Machines
Bookstore
Copy Machines
Dining Services
Dining Locations
Meal Plans
Microwave Ovens
Vending Machines
Disability Services
Disability Services Appeals Process
Fax
Lockers and Storage
Lost and Found
Mail Center and Student Mailboxes
Printing
Recycling
Repairs and Maintenance
Student Success Support
Study Lounges
Tutoring Services
Peer Tutors (Student Employment Opportunity)
Advertising and Commercial Enterprise
Appropriate Dress
Confidentiality of Student Records
FERPA
Parental Notification and Disclosure
Confidentiality of Medical Records
Discrimination and Harassment Prevention and Resolution
Disruptive Behavior
Hazing
Missing Student Policy
Personal Property
Pets and Animals
Photo Release (Students)
Pioneer Cards (Student ID)
Political Activities
Preferred Name Policy
Recording Devices
School Closing and Critical Announcements
Sign Posting
Smoking
Social Functions (Students)
Social Media & Online Behavior Policy
Soliciting and Selling
Student Complaints
Student Organizations (Policy)
Underage Children on Campus
Use of University Facilities
Use of University Name
Weapons

Alcohol and Other Drugs
University Alcohol Policy
University Drug Policy
Student Code of Conduct
Student Conduct Processes

Office of the Provost
Academic Integrity
Attendance
Core Curriculum Requirements
Grades
Institutional Review Board
Military Deployment Policy
Schedule/Course Changes
Transcripts
Transfer Credit/Advanced Standing Evaluation Appeal Process

Student Health Center
Counseling Services
Health Insurance
Medical and Mental Health Hospitalization
Mental Health Emergency Policy and Protocol
SafeZone/LGBTQ Support
Substance Abuse
University Policy Prohibiting Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence and Stalking
Security
Fire Safety
Emergency Notification System
Emergency Evacuation Procedures
General Information
Community Living
Housing Policies
Residence Hall Policies

 Schoology/Blackboard
Computer Labs
Computer Purchasing Program
Domain Account (Username)
Password
Email 
Internet/University Network Access
Residence Hall Connectivity
Wireless Access
PointWeb
Technical Assistance - User Support
Technical Assistance - Computer Service Center
Policy for the Responsible Use of Computer and Technology Resources
Rights
Responsibilities
Prohibited Activities
Policy Violations
Peer-To-Peer File Sharing Programs Promoting the Exchange of Software and Multimedia Files

Governing Bodies
Student Media and Organizations
Honor Societies

Campus Map
University Shuttle Service
Train
Airport
Bus Service - Long Distance
Public Transportation
Taxi, Limo, Car, and Driver Services
Parking

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