Academic Regulations and Policies
All New York Medical College policies regarding admissions, employment and educational programs and activities are established and administered in conformity with the Education Practices Act of New York as well as applicable state and federal civil rights laws, specifically including Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, and with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and regulations thereunder, prohibiting practices or policies in admissions, education programs or employment that are in any way discriminatory on the basis of gender or disability, respectively.
The Student Code of Academic Integrity and Professionalism is one of many policies developed to guide students with regard to what behavior and conduct is deemed acceptable, as well as that which is considered unacceptable, at this university. Please visit the University Policies page for additional information on student policies.
Please see the NYMC School of Medicine Bulletin to view a complete listing of Admissions, Academic Enrollment and Other Important Policies that pertain to all students and applicants of the School of Medicine at New York Medical College.