Yale-NUS College is committed to the following with respect to academic freedom and non-discrimination:
The College upholds the principles of academic freedom and open inquiry, essential core values in higher education of the highest calibre. Faculty and students in the College will be free to conduct scholarship and research and publish the results, and to teach in the classroom and express themselves on campus, bearing in mind the need to act in accordance with accepted scholarly and professional standards and the regulations of the College.
The College is committed to basing judgments concerning the admission, education, and employment of individuals upon their qualifications and abilities. The College’s policies in respect to admissions, educational and extracurricular activities, and employment of faculty and administrative staff, are consistent with Yale’s and NUS’ policies on non-discrimination.
Please find the Yale-NUS College Whistleblowing Policy here.
Reporting of staff or faculty misconduct can be made via email or in person or in writing in a sealed envelope, signed and marked “Confidential” to:
Chair of the Yale-NUS College Audit and Risk Committee
16 College Avenue West, #01-220, Singapore 138527
Click here for NUS’ Non-Discrimination Policy
Click here for Yale’s Policy on Equal Opportunity
We are firmly committed to the free expression of ideas in all forms—a central tenet of liberal arts education. There are no questions that cannot be asked, no answers that cannot be discussed and debated. This principle is a cornerstone of our institution.
Click here for Yale-NUS College Charter