Privacy Policy



FACULTY POLICIES

Mission Statement

To empower and equip leaders to be sent and positioned for ministry in the inner city around the world for the cause of the gospel.

Vision Statement

DEVELOP  | DISCIPLE  | DUPLICATE

Faculty Belief Standards

Faculty selection is limited to Christian individuals, who have surrendered their lives to the Lord Jesus and use scripture as the basis for the Christian walk. Faculty should support the vision and the mission of the Way World Outreach Leadership University and should be in agreement with the doctrine taught therein. 

CODE OF CONDUCT

Faculty members of TLWU are expected to lead a life worthy of their calling (Eph 4:1), by maintaining a lifestyle of purity and commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ. 

One’s personal affairs should be conducted in a way that will not bring shame or an unfavorable light on TWLU or The Way World Outreach. 

Faculty members are expected to know that their influence extends far beyond the walls of the church, and Christian conduct should be exemplified according to Galatians 5:22-23 in every setting to which they enter. 

Faculty should use common sense, high ethical standards, and discretion to guide them in their conduct. Failure to do so is grounds for dismissal. 

PROFESSIONALISM AND STUDENT INTERACTIONS

 Academic environments should hold the highest level of professional standards. Part of that professionalism is reflected in the appearance and the conduct of its professors. Professionalism includes (but is not limited to):

  • Timeliness
  • Professional dress and appearance
  • Preparedness for each class
  • Knowledge of the subject he/she is teaching

Faculty should recognize that in addition to teaching their subject, they are modeling for their students TWLU standards for leadership excellence. 

Faculty/Student relationships are an important aspect of a successful learning environment. Faculty should make their schedule available to meet with students at specific office hours that he/she sets. 

Faculty should maintain professional (mentoring) relationships with their students. Casual friendships, romantic relationships, and social interactions should be handled with the utmost caution and concern. Faculty shall be aware of the “undue influence” that he/she could have on a student and vice versa. Faculty must remain objective with regard to student assignments, grading, and instruction. 

Information shared by a student should remain confidential unless indicated by the student. Grades, tests, and information related to the student’s academic affairs shall only be shared with the registrar’s office and the administrative leadership of TLWU. Conversation with another faculty member about the student would be deemed unprofessional unless that other person is directly involved in the student’s academic affairs. Such conversations should be held with the utmost of caution and respect for the student’s privacy. 

CLASSROOM RESPONSIBILITIES  

Faculty members are expected to maintain a controlled classroom environment. Students should be treated with respect and care. Faculty should begin and end class on time.

Faculty members are expected to maintain the schedule that is laid forth in the course syllabus unless otherwise specified by TLWU President. 

Faculty members are to meet each class as scheduled. If faculty members cannot be present, they must notify TWLU faculty chair as soon as possible, and make other arrangements as necessary. 

Faculty members should leave the classroom in a ready condition for the next class, which includes erasing boards, returning any teaching tools to their original places, rearranging chairs/desks/tables, and seeing that any trash is picked up.  

RECORD KEEPING

Faculty members are expected to keep accurate records of student grades and attendance. Faculty members should have a policy with regard to absences. Excessive absences directly impact the student’s ability to learn the information. Grades should be negatively impacted by excessive absences.   

 


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What personal data we collect and why we collect it

Comments

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Who we share your data with

How long we retain your data

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What rights you have over your data

If you have an account on this site, or have left comments, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, including any data you have provided to us. You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.

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How we protect your data

What data breach procedures we have in place

What third parties we receive data from

What automated decision making and/or profiling we do with user data

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