Task Force on ADEA Policy: Student Disciplinary Checks

The task force objective is to develop an ADEA policy for handling misconduct and irregularities in the admissions process that can be implemented with the launch of AADSAS, PASS and CAAPID application cycles that begin in April-June 2010.

Important documents are stored on this page to review applicant misconduct policies and practices of related professions. Please bookmark this page for future reference. This webpage is a private page and onlyavailable for members of the task force developing ADEA policy on student disciplinary checks. Do not share this link. If you would like to add documents to this page for other members to review or are experiencing problems downloading documents, please contact Drake Washington at washingtond@adea.org.

Kim Fenesy, Associate Dean of Student AffairsUMDNJ-New Jersey Dental School
Verification of Disciplinary Records at Undergraduate Schools-Its Impact on AdmissionsPowerPoint Presentation
Policy on Verification of Disciplinary Records-NJDS
Letter-Disciplinary Disclosure Process 1-NJDS
Letter-Disciplinary Disclosure Process 2-NJDS

Jen Athay
, Director of Student Affairs American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
PharmCas Code of Conduct
AAHP-Code of Ethics for Pharmacists