The Student Affairs office aims to ensure a positive, effective, and equitable learning environment for all our students. Student Affairs partners with all other academic and administrative units at University of Marlyne to influence student centered policies and practices. Student Affairs investigates and manages appeals, complaints and grievances and ensures student concerns are addressed in a fair manner. Student Affairs also supports University of Marlyne student groups and honor societies.
University of Marlyne Career Services Center supports students and alumni in developing workplace skills to succeed as professionals. To achieve this, we provide cutting edge, global career resources and services and promote applied learning. Our distinct role is to support our learners in career management. We provide the following services and resources:
University of Marlyne takes the issue of academic integrity very seriously. We believe that each student is responsible for his/her intellectual development and academic integrity. University of Marlyne believes in a free exchange of ideas and information with responsibility. We expect students to respect and acknowledge the ideas of others as stipulated by the academic program he/she is enrolled in at University of Marlyne. We do not wish for our students to compromise their honesty and integrity, although they may feel pressured and overwhelmed by the process of learning.
A violation of academic integrity refers to an action which may create an unfair academic advantage for the student or any member of the academic community. These violations are:
To help our students, there are resources available in the University of Marlyne writing center for plagiarism check, paper review and edit. If you have additional questions or concerns regarding academic integrity, please contact our professors or mentors.
At University of Marlyne, our disability services:
The following guidelines provide our students with an understanding of what we expect in the University of Marlyne classroom.
In our online environment, email is at the center of our communication. Therefore, suitable email etiquette is an essential skill. Since it is impossible to trace non-verbal cues such as facial expression and tone, it is important to create emails that cannot be misinterpreted or misunderstood. Have a look at the following guidelines for sending emails at University of Marlyne:
We expect all students to remain in good academic standing in keeping with our university’s requirements. There are discipline specific guidelines for behaviour associated with certain professional fields. Students may breach this if they: