Academic Catalog

Academic Freedom

Chamberlain supports the development of autonomous thought and respect for the ideas of others. As a general matter and within the boundaries of the Code of Conduct and behavioral and curricular expectations, faculty, colleagues and students should be free to discuss questions of interest to them and express opinions publicly and privately. When doing so, students, colleagues and/or faculty should make clear to the academic and larger community that in their expressions or demonstrations they speak only for themselves. For more information on Chamberlain’s Student Code of Conduct, refer to the most current edition of the Chamberlain Student Handbook at