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Last Updated March 24, 2020
Effective Monday, March 23, all suspended in-person classes will resume remotely through the end of the spring 2020 semester. Information and links to resources for students and faculty/staff can be found at nyit.edu/covid.
The New York City campus will be closed, beginning Wednesday, March 25, until further notice. Long Island Campus Access Policy updates can be found at nyit.edu/alerts.
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- 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 NYIT 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.