As a member of the NYU community, you will be held to a standard of conduct befitting of a scholar and a young adult. These standards of conduct will teach you the appropriate behavior for a professional and college graduate, while ensuring that our community is a safe, respectful, and supportive environment. Conduct is especially important at NYU Shanghai, where you are not only a member of our community but also a guest of Shanghai and the People’s Republic of China. The following documents outline the specific standards that you will be held to, but it is important in general to remember that your behavior and actions reflect on the University wherever you are in Shanghai or the world. Please review the NYU Shanghai Student Conduct Policy and Process to get a better understanding of these standards and the possible process and sanctions resulting from a violation.
More information on policy violations and sanctions will be distributed to students at various times during the year. It is important to remember as you begin to study abroad that you will be held to the standards of each specific site’s policy and local country’s laws. It is suggested that you review these policies and laws before you arrive.
Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking Policy
To enhance our response to sexual misconduct, relationship violence, and stalking — and to bring the University in compliance with new U.S. federal mandates — NYU has developed a new sexual misconduct policy. Links to the policy and related documents are below.
- Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking Policy
- Resource Guide for Students
- Resource Guide for Employees
- Procedures for Complaints Against Students
- Procedures for Complaints Against Employees
Additional Resources for Students
- Quick Reference Guide on Rights and Resources at NYU Shanghai
- Resources and Support for Students
- What is consent?
- Prevention and Training