NWU Policies

Although Nebraska Wesleyan University seeks to maintain the most up-to-date policy online, policies are subject to change by the University and are updated periodically for accuracy, clarity, and alignment with best practices. For more information about a specific policy, contact the owner of the policy.

 

Informs former NWU students of the process to re-enroll.
This policy describes the alcohol and drug regulations for NWU employees.
This policy describes compliance with all Federal and State laws concerting the employment of people with disabilities.
How to audit a course
This policy describes how NWU preforms background checks.
The Nebraska Wesleyan University President is eligible to receive the same employee benefits provided by policy for all other University employees.
This policy describes how full and part-time staff employees are provided with paid time off for death of immediate family.
The University is committed to maintaining an environment that is free from bullying by or against employees, students, or members of the public.
Policy regarding events attended by political candidates or for the purpose of supporting a candidate.
This policy describes how NWU protects the welfare of minors.
Undergraduate class standing classifications
The Code of Student Conduct outlines behavioral standards of student conduct at NWU.
providing accessibility and reasonable accommodations to ensure equal opportunity
This policy describes the Universities response to safety regulations regarding exposure to communicable diseases.
To ensure a safe and equitable learning environment and campus community
This policy describes consensual relationship guidelines for faculty.
Policies related to personal counseling services
Grading options for courses offered
Requirements related to COVID-19 for attending class on campus
Credit hour policty with seat time/out-of-class work time expectations
What can be covered in the week prior to final exams
Requesting modifications to degree requirements
This policy provides guidelines for disciplinary action to be taken.
This policy describes University guidelines for disclosing misconduct.