Tuesday, October 26, 2021: The New York City and Long Island campuses will close today at 2 p.m. due to severe weather conditions forecast for the greater New York metropolitan region. Classes and labs scheduled to begin after 2 p.m. are canceled. Please exercise caution when traveling. Any updates will be posted at nyit.edu/alerts.
The associate dean of students (or designee) or the director of residence life (or designee) will place a student conduct hold on the records and registration of any student who fails to respond to a conduct notice or fails to complete a sanction as determined through final New York Tech action. Any pending conduct matters must be resolved prior to re-registration or a student's graduation. No student will be allowed to register, graduate, receive grades, or have transcripts released until the pending disciplinary matter(s) is/are resolved. Student conduct holds may also affect financial aid.
The dean of students (or designee) will place a student conduct hold on the records and registration of a student that is under suspension or expulsion from the institution. The student conduct hold will not be removed until the student's suspension status has expired and/or the requirements as set forth by the student conduct/appellate body for readmission have been successfully met. This determination will be made by the dean of students (or designee).
The provost and vice president for academic affairs or dean of students (or designee) is authorized to place or remove student conduct holds.