Washington University School of Medicine Policies

Washington University School of Medicine is committed to providing a safe, professional and supportive environment in which to learn. The policies organized within the links at left pertain to professionalism, appropriate conduct and student rights. They exist to protect students and employees as they conduct their daily responsibilities.

Policies Related to Professionalism and Conduct

Research Integrity Policy

Policy Against Abusive Conduct

Guidelines for Professional Conduct in Teacher/Learner Relationships and Policy Against Medical Student Mistreatment

Tobacco-Free Policy

Policies Related to Student Rights, Procedures and Services

Students with Disabilities Policy

Policy on Student Rights Under Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Student Academic Records and Transcripts

Bloodborne Pathogens Policy

Liability Insurance

Standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid Eligibility

MD Students

Other School of Medicine Programs

Other Policies

Needle Stick/Human Blood and Body Fluid Exposure Policy

Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Industry Policy

Student Constitution and Bylaws