This section covers general regulations and institutional polices not covered in other sections of this handbook. It is important to note that students should read and become familiar with all sections of this handbook, as they will be held responsible for violations of any and all policies.
of students in the educational community of Moravian Theological
Seminary involves a balance of rights and responsibilities.
freedom to learn depends upon appropriate opportunities and conditions
in the classroom, on campus, and in the larger community. Students
are required to exercise their freedoms with appropriate responsibility.
to secure and to respect general conditions conducive to the
freedom to learn is shared by all members of
the Moravian Seminary community.
Moravian College as a corporate body has three degree-granting divisions that share a common heritage and value system while maintaining distinct academic identities and missions; a traditional undergraduate college; a center for continuing, professional, and graduate studies; and a graduate theological seminary.
Policies that are expressed in terms of "the College" or "Moravian College" apply to the whole institution, including the Seminary. Policies that are specific to the Seminary are expressed in terms of "the Seminary" or "Moravian Theological Seminary."
Information that applies to all students of Moravian College, Moravian Theological Seminary, and the Comenius Center is indicated by a blue border down the left-hand side.