From health and safety to studio amenities, the Policies & Guidelines manual tells you almost everything you need to know about student life.
The Drug & Alcohol Prevention Handbook is an overview of the health and legal risks of drug and alcohol use. It also outlines school disciplinary sanctions.
Title IX Statement
It is the policy of Studio Incamminati that, while employed or enrolled at the School, no administrator, faculty member, staff member or student shall be subject to discrimination based upon sex, which can include acts of sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking, by another member of the School community. Studio Incamminati’s community includes staff, faculty, guest instructors, volunteers, students, models, and independent contractors. Studio Incamminati expects all members to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others; the School believes in a zero tolerance policy for gender-based or sexual misconduct.
Included within this Policy is Studio Incamminati’s commitment to protect the individuals who are involved in an investigation of a potential violation of this Policy against retaliation from any member of the School community. Such retaliation will be deemed a separate basis for violating the School’s Policy on Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence. For the purposes of this policy, sex discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual violence all fall under the category of sexual misconduct. The policies on sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence are located in Section III.6, Health and Safety of the Policies and Guidelines.
Questions or complaints regarding the School’s policy, or its implementation, should be made promptly to the Title IX Coordinator who maintains a confidential list of complaints made under this policy, the disposition of these complaints and the timeline for resolution.
Title IX Coordinator
Campus Health & Safety Annual Security Report
Studio Incamminati provides this information to all students and employees in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. This act requires all higher education institutions to make public their campus security and safety policies and reported crime data for the previous three years and disseminate this information to the campus community. The goal of this legislation is to help maintain a safe campus environment by increasing the awareness of crimes committed on campus, the security and safety policies in place and crime prevention programs available. Fortunately, we experience a low crime rate as evidenced by this report. The safety of our students is a top priority.