You will always find a wide variety of on-campus activities and events each week during the semester. These include art exhibits, film screenings, panel discussions, conferences, workshops, and social events, just to name a few. Particular administrative offices, academic departments, research centers, and/or student organizations sponsor and organize on-campus activities. Our student population is very diverse and includes international students, scholars and faculty from over 75 countries. TC combines a large number of part-time and full-time students who are very active in professional education circles and either commute to or live on campus. There are a variety of student services and organizations at TC designed to support students’ programs of study, provide professional development opportunities, foster community and celebrate diversity.
The Student Handbook contains information pertaining to Teachers College’s policies and services. Efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein; however, accuracy is not guaranteed. The information presented in this book is subject to change from time to time, and Teachers College reserves the right to depart without notice from any policy or procedure referred to in this handbook. This handbook is not intended to and should not be regarded as a contract between the College and any student or other person. Anyone who needs assistance regarding any matter is advised to verify it independently with the appropriate office(s).
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