In addition to the policies and procedures set by the university, which all Case Western Reserve University students are expected to become familiar with, the Master of Science in Anesthesia Program annually publishes and distributes a policy manual for all MSA students.
The policy manual includes information on admissions, academics, and clinicals. It also contains the MSA Student Code of Conduct.
Additional policies pertinent to MSA students include:
- Committee on Progress and Promotions, including information on formal action and remediation
- Non-discrimination Policy, including information on our physical and technical requirements and information for students with disabilities
- Occupational Hazards Policy
Procedures for submitting community concerns or grievances are also available for all CWRU students here.
Students with concerns or complaints specific to distance learning can review information from the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), including details on the complaint process and complaint resolution.
Students at our program location in Houston, Texas can also refer to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s complaint procedures.
Students with questions about any of these policies and procedures are encouraged to contact the program director at their location of study.