Students are expected to attend all scheduled classes and to contribute to the learning of his or her peers. Credit may be denied for failure to regularly attend classes, and/or for missing a designated percentage of class meetings, as specified by each academic department.
If you find that a conflict exists between one of your scheduled classes and a religious holiday, please see Holiday Policy. Our programs are arranged so that students can live within the community in which they are doing their internship or practicum. However, each of our graduate students is required to complete a substantial portion of his or her program through classes, seminars, and workshops. Only by rare exception are you permitted to pursue a program in which you do an extended portion of your study away from Antioch University New England. Such an exception (e.g., studying abroad) requires that you petition your department chairperson for approval and be able to demonstrate that the quality of your learning will not be affected adversely if the petition is approved.