NationsUniversity is committed to a high level of academic study and personal ethics. NU strives to provide quality education that is accurate, research-based, unbiased, and deserving of respect. Likewise, NationsUniversity personnel are selected because of their personal commitment not only to providing quality service, but also service in the pattern of Christ.
NU desires to operate with honesty, integrity, and understanding, providing superior education that emulates the spirit of Christ. As such, NationsUniversity encourages students to pursue their studies with diligence, striving to submit the highest quality of work that they are able to provide. Students are expected to follow the Honor Code below and act in a way that reflects the values that NU upholds.
NationsUniversity is in compliance with all requirements imposed by or pursuant to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. NationsUniversity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin in it activities, programs, or employment policies in accordance with federal, state, and local laws. It also complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, as amended.
NationsUniversity recognizes that learning styles vary, and learning differences exist among students. Many times this is due to physical or psychological conditions. Any student who requests specific accommodations should submit documentation verifying the need for eligibility under the American Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973. This documentation should be sent to NU Registrar and/or Student Services office at least 15 days prior to the beginning of a course or program. Documentation should include:
NU will review all requests for accommodation and will determine if the accommodations can be met reasonably and feasibly. NU will discuss a plan for accommodations with the student and with any involved faculty members. While NU desires to assist all students, certain services are not feasible and cannot be provided by the University. For example, NU is not able to provide personal tutors or assist with technology. It cannot compromise its academic standards or course components.
Students may appeal any ruling regarding accommodations by filing a formal grievance using the University’s grievance procedure.
NationsUniversity encourages students to act in an ethical manner in their academic studies as defined in the institution’s Honor Code. Violations of the Honor Code may not be intentional, for students come from a wide range of cultural and academic backgrounds where different standards and definitions of “cheating” exist. However, students are responsible for reading and understanding the Honor Code and will be held to the standards outlined in it.
NationsUniversity requires that all students complete assignments and exams in an ethical manner in keeping with the values of NU and the Honor Code. Honor Code violations include:
The policy for handling Honor Code violations is as follows:
NationsUniversity requires compliance with the copyright law of the United States, which prohibits reproduction of copyrighted material, except under certain specified conditions. Acts of copyright infringement include, but are not limited to, misusing copyrighted material in one’s coursework and misusing material for which the institution owns the copyright (i.e., website materials, course materials, publications, etc.).