CSU Senate Academic Freedom for Students

November 11-12, 2004: RESOLVED: That the Academic Senate of the California State University (CSU), recognize that the academic freedom of students rests first upon their access to a high quality education and their right to pursue a field of study that they deem appropriate and desirable

Joint Statement on Rights and Freedoms of Students

Joint statement enumerating the essential provisions for students’ freedom to learn, including guidelines related to access to higher education, rights in the classroom, student records, student affairs, and procedural standards in disciplinary proceedings.

An Open Letter to Ninth Graders

Preparing our students, long before they become our students.

Leaving the Job Undone

Update: H.R. 1586 was approved by the U.S. House of Representatives. 


Consensual Relations between Faculty and Students

Statement discussing professional expectations and responsibilities with respect to consensual sexual relationships between professor and student.

AAUP Supports UNC Student's Right to Speak Out About Sexual Assault

The AAUP’s Committee on Women in the Academic Profession has sent a letter to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chancellor Holden Thorp, expressing its strong support for a student charged with Honor Court violations after speaking publicly about her allegations of sexual assault by another UNC student.

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