Students Rights Policy

Students have a right to:

  • Have his or her rights respected and protected and being treated with respect
  • Receive quality clinical and educational experiences
  • Experience an environment conducive to learning
  • Experience an environment free from sexual harassment and other forms of harassment
  • Participate in planning his or her learning experience
  • Receive professional assessment in an atmosphere of care
  • File a complaint or grievance and receive due process
  • Expect a safe and clean working environment
  • Have knowledge of their financial commitment
  • Receive course/unit syllabus

Students have a responsibility to:

  • Engage regularly in group and individual supervision
  • Participate in and take responsibility for his or her own learning
  • Maintain absolute confidentiality in the peer and supervisory group
  • Maintain active participation in the internship site
  • Accomplish the CPE course/unit requirements
  • Protect client, parishioner and/or family rights’ confidentiality
  • Be professional and ethical in service to clients, families, staff and volunteers
  • Be punctual and present for all scheduled group and individual supervisory sessions
  • Demonstrate awareness and application of professional and personal boundaries
  • Be responsible for tuition and required fees