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Students are expected to be familiar with and comply with the policy statements in the University Student Handbook which is updated annually and available on the University website. Students may also refer to this catalog and departmental handbooks (if applicable) for more specific policy and procedural statements.
Marywood University’s catalog contains information current as of the date of the catalog about Marywood’s calendar, admission policies, procedures and standards, degree requirements, fees, and regulations.
Marywood University reserves the right, in its sole judgment and discretion, to make and change rules and regulations; create, change and abolish programs; change the University’s calendar, admissions policies, procedures and standards, degree requirements, fees, and academic schedule whenever necessary or desirable. Such changes include, but are not limited to, changes in course content and class schedules, canceling scheduled classes and other academic activities. In any case the University will strive to give such notice as is reasonably practicable under the circumstances.
Marywood University assumes no liability, and expressly negates any liability, for failure to provide or for delay in providing educational or related services or facilities, or for any other failure or delay in performance arising out of or due to causes beyond its reasonable control. Such causes may include, without limitation, power failure, fire, damage caused by the elements, acts of God, and acts of public authorities. Marywood University will exercise reasonable efforts, if appropriate, to provide comparable or substantially equivalent services, facilities, or performance. Its inability or failure to do so, however, shall not subject it to liability.