Macaulay Honors College has a zero-tolerance policy for hazing. Macaulay Honors College students found in violation of New York State hazing laws will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including expulsion from Macaulay Honors College.
The building is open Monday-Friday 7am-11pm, Saturday and Sunday 8am-11pm. If the doors are locked when you arrive, please ring the doorbell located just above the left doorknob for access. Everyone needs to present CUNY ID upon entering the building (guests of CUNY students must also present ID). While in the building, all students and guests must follow the Building Use Guidelines.
The Clery Annual Security Report includes crime, fire, and safety statistics for previous years provided by John Jay College of Criminal Justice for Macaulay Honors College. Please see contents for Macaulay specific information.
For information about policies and procedures that apply to ALL CUNY students, including all Macaulay Honors College students, please visit the CUNY Consumer Information for Prospective and Current Students website.
Student Complaint Policies
At Macaulay Honors College, our values and policy prohibit any kind of discrimination, mistreatment, aggression or retaliation on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, marital status, partnership status, disability, genetic information, alienage, citizenship, military or veteran status, pregnancy, or status as a victim of domestic violence/stalking/sex offenses, or any other legally prohibited basis in accordance with federal, state and city laws. This applies, whether the incident happens in person or online, on campus or off campus.
We take all reports of any such incidents seriously and investigate them, consulting with appropriate Macaulay staff and other resources such as campus agencies as needed.
Please use the CUNY University-Wide Discrimination and Retaliation Reporting Portal to report any such incidents that you may observe or experience involving members of the Macaulay community (students, advisors, directors, faculty, staff, TLCs, etc.).
This report will be submitted to the Chief Diversity Officer of the CUNY College or school that is implicated. The Chief Diversity Officer will review this report thoroughly and take appropriate action, which may include reaching out to the reporting individual for more information or to explore next steps.
Macaulay follows the CUNY Policy on Drugs and Alcohol.
All incoming students will be given a macaulay.cuny.edu email account. These accounts run on Google for Education, and automatically come with the suite of services offered by Google. Read more about the Macaulay Student Email Account Policies.
The Enrollment Status Change form is to be used for the following requests:
(1) Early Graduation; (2) Extended Graduation; (3) Part-time Status; (4) Leave of absence; (5) Withdrawal from Macaulay Honors College.
Macaulay’s guidelines to request to schedule a group expressive activity.
Macaulay Honors College announces an opportunity for extended tuition support for one or two semesters for up to 10 students per academic year (for a total of nine or ten semesters of funding). Extended funding applications from sophomores and juniors in good standing (only in exceptional cases from seniors) will be considered at the end of each fall semester. Students on extended funding will not be eligible to access the Opportunities Fund. A specially convened evaluation committee will consider all applications and make final determinations according to criteria based on a firm academic rationale. The deadline is November 15 for each upcoming academic year.
Notification of Student Rights Concerning Education Records and Directory Information
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records.
Macaulay Honors College follows the CUNY Henderson rule, in compliance with the Chapter 191 of the Laws of 1969, to maintain public order and college properties used for educational purposes.
Annual technology Reinventory for Students, Faculty, Staff, & Instructional Technology Fellows
It is the policy of The City University of New York—applicable to all colleges and units— to recruit, employ, retain, promote, and provide benefits to employees and to admit and provide services for students without discrimination.
Education Law Section 224-a, states the rights and privileges of students unable to attend classes on certain days because of religious beliefs, as mandated by New York State law.
The CUNY Student Policies and Procedures page links to key policy documents and information that assist with conducting the daily affairs of the University including academic and student affairs.
The City University of New York seeks to create and maintain a safe environment in which all members of the University community—students, faculty and staff—can learn and work free from the fear of sexual assault and other forms of violence. The University’s policies on Workplace Violence and Domestic Violence and the Workplace apply to all acts of violence that occur in the workplace or that may spill over into the workplace.