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Various state and federal laws require Ohio University to provide information and notice to students on a variety of topics. In addition, Ohio University occasionally develops statements or policies on important matters and distributes them to all students. Below is a listing of official notifications that are currently provided to students.

It is a student's responsibility to know and follow current requirements and procedures at the departmental, college and University levels, including those described in the University's Student Handbook, Undergraduate Catalog, Graduate Catalog, Residential Housing terms and conditions and University Policy and Procedures.

Emergency Text Messaging System
Medical Emergency Assistance Program
Letter from Dean of Students: Expectations Regarding Alcohol
Student Code of Conduct

Sexual Misconduct Policy
Copyright Infringement and the Internet
University Regulations Regarding Concealed Gun Law
Consequences for Involvement in Civil Disturbance
Graduation/Transfer-Out Rates (Student Right-To-Know Act of 1990)
Crime Awareness and Campus Security (Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act)
Drugs and Alcohol (Drug-Free School and Community Act of 1989)
Convictions for Certain Riot-Related and Sexual Assault Offenses (Ohio House Bill 95)
Campus Disruption (Ohio House Bill 1219)
Voter Registration (Voter Registration Provision in Higher Education Amendments of 1998)
Student Privacy (The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 or FERPA)
Emergency Closing of the University
Statement on Sexual Assault

Title IX Grievance Procedures