College Catalog

Swarthmore College Bulletin
Volume CXII, Number 1
Catalog Issue August 2014

General Information Courses of Study

Introduction

Educational Resources

Admissions

Expenses

Financial Aid

College Life

Educational Program

Faculty Regulations

Degree Requirements

10 The Corporation

11 Board of Managers

12 Alumni Association

13 Faculty & Instructional Staff

14 Administration

15 Visiting Examiners

16 Degrees Conferred

17 Distinctions, Awards, and Fellowships

18 Endowed Chairs

19 Enrollment Statistics

20 Course Credit and Numbering

Directions to Swarthmore College

Art

Asian Studies

Biology

Black Studies

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Classics

Cognitive Science

Comparative Literature

Computer Science

Economics

Educational Studies

Engineering

English Literature

Environmental Studies

Film and Media Studies

Gender and Sexuality Studies

History

Interpretation Theory

Islamic Studies

Latin American Studies

Linguistics

Mathematics and Statistics

Medieval Studies

Modern Languages and Literatures

Music and Dance

Peace and Conflict Studies

Philosophy

Physical Education and Athletics

Physics and Astronomy

Political Science

Psychology

Public Policy

Religion

Sociology and Anthropology

Theater

 

Swarthmore College does not discriminate ineducation or employment on the basis of sex, race,color, age, religion, national origin, marital status,sexual orientation, gender identity or expression,veteran status, medical condition, pregnancy,disability, or any other legally protected status.This policy is consistent with relevantgovernmental statutes and regulations, includingthose pursuant to Title IX of the Federal EducationAmendments of 1972 and Section 504 of theFederal Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

The Swarthmore College Department of PublicSafety is responsible for the overall security ofSwarthmore's campus and is the first contact andfirst responder for all campus emergencies. Itscharge is to protect persons and property, preservethe peace, deter crime, apprehend criminaloffenders, recover lost and stolen property,perform services as required, enforce appropriateCollege regulations, and maintain a sense ofcommunity security and confidence in thedepartment. A copy of the College's AnnualSecurity Report-describing safety programs andpolicies, as well as crime statistics-is available at www.swarthmore.edu/public-safety/clery-crimestatistics.xml.

This Bulletin contains policies and programdescriptions as of July 15, 2014, and should beused solely as an informational guide. The College reserves the right to alter or amend at any time the policies or programs contained in the Bulletin. Students are responsible for informing themselvesof current policies and meeting all relevant requirements.

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