NEW BROOKWOOD LABOR COLLEGE POLICIES
The following policies and expectations were approved by the New Brookwood Labor College Board of Directors on 04/09/2019.
Academic integrity is essential to a strong teaching and learning environment and New Brookwood students are expected to complete coursework honestly . This means presenting only original work and thoughts as the student’s own and giving credit where credit is due. Students may not plagiarize or cheat on work and must use appropriate citations in written work. New Brookwood students are also required to present themselves and their qualifications honestly.
New Brookwood recognizes that as a non-traditional institution, students may need extra support to meet academic integrity standards. Faculty are available to answer questions, provide training, and work one-on-one with students to ensure high standards of academic honesty.
New Brookwood Labor College is committed to providing equitable access to learning opportunities for all students and will work to make reasonable accommodations whenever possible. Please reach out to New Brookwood faculty with any learning needs.
New Brookwood is an equal opportunity institution and diversity is a central part of our mission to build an inclusive labor movement. Neither enrollment nor hiring decisions will be made on the basis of race, ethnicity, creed, religion, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital or partnership status, pregnancy or family obligations, disability, public assistance status, or veteran status. Whenever possible, New Brookwood will make accommodations for enrolled students who require additional support to participate fully in classes or in community activities.
Likewise, harassment within our community will not be tolerated. This includes but is not limited to unwelcome advances, coercive requests for sexual or other favors, and/or verbal or physical threats or intimidation. Students, staff, or faculty who experience harassment should email firstname.lastname@example.org or communicate with a member of the faculty or the Board.
New Brookwood Labor College will follow St. Paul Public Schools decisions regarding closures and delays. In the event that classes need to be cancelled we will do our best to reschedule.
Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that enhances our mission to build an inclusive labor movement and advances the working class. Behavior that is contrary or detrimental to this mission, including but not limited to harassment, intimidation, coercion, hazing, plagiarism, cheating, or misrepresentation will be dealt with by the New Brookwood Labor College Board of Directors and may be grounds for removal.
New Brookwood students will be able to:
1. Identify and dissect complex challenges and strategize opportunities for action
2. Seek out and critically evaluate information
3. Understand relevant history and identify place within it
4. Recognize strengths of diversity and representation
5. Communicate, organize, and develop relationships effectively
6. Understand class and intersections with race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and other identities
7. Affect change for the working class
New Brookwood students will demonstrate:
1. Class Consciousness
2. Societal Interdependence
3. Self-Awareness and Understanding of Personal Narrative
4. Awareness of Personal Power
6. Appreciation of Diversity
7. Tolerance of Ambiguity