Code of Conduct

Students are expected to obey all federal, state, and local laws, and all NewSchool policies, and students are not entitled to greater immunity or privilege before the law than that enjoyed by ordinary citizens. As they prize rights and responsibilities for themselves, students are expected to respect the rights and responsibilities of others. For infractions of laws, regulations, policies, and standards, students may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including expulsion. Any student who commits, attempts, or aids/incites another to commit or attempt the following misconduct is subject to the disciplinary sanctions authorized by NewSchool.

No Contact Order

In order to maintain a safe and secure learning environment, NewSchool maintains the right to issue a No Contact Order (NCO) as in interim protective measure for students who may feel at risk and when there are allegations of behavior or activity prohibited under the university’s Title IX Grievance and Sexual Misconduct Reporting Policy and Procedures or other Code of Conduct or policy violations. NewSchool will consider all available facts and circumstances that may be relevant to whether a No Contact Order. 


Acts of misconduct and the judicial process as well as factors relevant to a No Contact Order are available in the Student Handbook