Student Handbooks / Code of Conduct / Policies
The Touro Law Student Handbook contains the academic and other rules and regulations that all students at the Law Center are required to observe. You also will find useful information on courses, people, and programs at the Law Center.
Code of Conduct
The Touro College Code of Conduct defines misconduct at the College and the Law Center and procedures to address misconduct.
Student Handbook for Students with Disabilities
Touro-wide Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Academic Integrity Policy
Touro College and University System is a community of scholars and learners committed to maintaining the highest standards of personal integrity in all aspects of our professional and academic lives. Because intellectual integrity is a hallmark of scholarly and scientific inquiry as well as a core value of the Jewish tradition, students and faculty are expected to share a mutual respect for teaching, learning and the development of knowledge. They are expected to adhere to the highest standards of honesty, fairness, professional conduct of academic work and respect for all community members. Academic dishonesty undermines our shared intellectual culture and our ability to trust one another. The Touro College and University System’s policy on academic integrity, which is outlined online here: https://www.touro.edu/students/policies/academic-integrity/
is designed to guide students as they prepare assignments, take exams, and perform the work necessary to complete their degree requirements, and to provide a framework for faculty in fostering an intellectual environment based on the principles of academic integrity.
Touro College's Non-Discrimination can be found here.
Title IX Policy
Title IX, and its implementing regulations prohibit discrimination based on sex, including sexual harassment. You can find Touro College Title IX Policy here
Touro College and University System Sexual Misconduct Policy for New York Campuses can be found here
If you have any questions, please contact Matthew Lieberman, Title IX Coordinator at (646) 565-6067.