The educational experience of students consists of both academic efforts in the classroom and developmental opportunities through Student Affairs. The academic deans and the dean of students provide the leadership through their respective colleges and division toward an optimum educational experience for students.
The offices of the dean of Misher College of Arts and Sciences, dean of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, and dean of Samson College of Health Sciences provide information and direction concerning academic and related matters such as course assignments, approval for summer courses, and information and applications pertaining to selected advanced degree programs and admissions tests. All student academic matters are channeled through these offices, which also issue a list of those students attaining sufficient academic averages to qualify for the Dean’s List.
University of the Sciences supports the educational endeavors of all its students. If a student believes that he/she has a condition that may impair his/her ability to fulfill any degree requirements, or other educational endeavors, and would like more information on applying for an accommodation, please contact the administrator of the Office of Student Accommodations at 215.596.8758. To learn more about the University’s policy, see the General Information and University Policies section of the Student Handbook.
Office of Student Conduct and Grievances
The University of the Sciences student conduct system contributes to the mission and goals of the University by holding students accountable for their actions in an environment that is fair, just, and unbiased.
The conduct process is designed to be educational in nature and exists to protect the interests of students and the community. When students engage in prohibited conduct, the student conduct process is used to uphold the Student Conduct Policy and to address behavior not in accordance with our policies. If a student is found responsible for a policy violation, the Office of Student Conduct and Grievances will work with the student to explore the cause of the action and address any underlining challenges or concerns. When necessary and appropriate, sanctions will be assigned to address students’ moral and ethical decision-making and to help bring behavior into accord with our community expectations. The aim is to facilitate the necessary personal and professional development of students so that they demonstrate academic, personal, and professional behavior of the highest integrity.
Detailed information regarding the Student Conduct Policy and procedures can be found in the Student Handbook. If you believe a student has violated the Student Conduct Policy or if you have questions regarding the conduct process, please contact the Office of Student Conduct and Grievances at 215.596.8844.
For information on the following services, please consult the appropriate section of the Student Handbook.
- Dining Services
- Transit Service
- Varsity Sports
The University is a Division II member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Our teams currently compete within the 14-member Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC), which has members in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut.