Policy Handbooks

Enrollment (Fall 2012)

  • Total full-time enrollment: 2307
  • Total part time enrollment: 280
  • Total full time undergraduate: 1618
  • Total part time undergraduate: 185
  • Total full time graduate: 689
  • Total part time graduate: 95
  • Resident students: 371
  • Average class size: 17
  • Student to faculty ratio: 14:1

Contact Medaille

Buffalo Campus
18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
(716) 880-2000
(800) 292-1582

Rochester Campus
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
(585) 272-0030
(866) 212-2235

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PDF Volume I: Governance and Administration

Contents: History, Mission, Charter, Administration, Organizational Charts

 

PDF Volume II: Campus Community Policies

Contents: General Campus Information, Health Related Policies, Safety and Security Policies, Information Technology, Public Relations Policies, Code of Ethics Governing Research, Institutional Advancement Policies, Miscellaneous Policies, Office of Disability Services Policies and Procedures

 

PDF Volume III: General Institutional Employment Policies

Contents: Personnel Records, Benefits, Wage and Payroll Policies

 

PDF Volume IV: Faculty Handbook and Appendices

Contents: Faculty Appointments, Responsibilities, Tenure, and Professional Development


PDF Volume V: Personnel Policies for Administrators and Hourly Personnel

Contents: Personnel Records, Wage and Payroll Policies

Note: Effective July 2014, Volume VI: Selected Undergraduate Academic and Enrollment Policies has been removed; policies are reviewed and updated regularly in the College catalogs and the Admissions handbooks.

PDF Volume VII: Student Life and Residence Policies

Contents:General Student Information, Student Services, Student Alcohol and Drug Policies and Programs, Peer Sexual Harassment, Residence Life, Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Procedures, Student Activities and Organizations, Student Government Association Constitution, Athletics

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