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Student Code of Conduct

Section 4.P – Student Code of Conduct

The act of enrollment implies an acceptance by the student of regulations and of responsibility to assist in making the Community College an effective place for the transmission of knowledge, the pursuit of truth, the development of self, and the improvement of society. Each individual is considered a responsible adult, and it is assumed that men and women of age to enroll in the various programs will maintain standards of conduct appropriate to membership in the Community College.

The Student Code of Conduct is designed to ensure the student the same safeguards of his rights and freedoms of citizenship as are afforded his peers outside the academic community. In exercising these freedoms, the student is expected, as are all citizens to respect and abide by local ordinances and state and federal statutes. As a member of the educational community, he/she is expected to abide by the Code of Conduct, which clarifies those behavioral standards considered essential to the College’s mission.

Students are expected to abide by academic standards outlined in the Code of Conduct as well as College policies related to Public Information and Campus Safety, including but not limited to Campus Policy and Security Authority; Health Policies; Fundraising; Solicitation and Public Assembly; Tobacco-Free College; Alcohol and Drug Policy; Weapons on Campus; Adverse Weather; Sexual Harassment Policy; Sexual Assault Policy. These policies are found in the Administrative Policy Manual and The College/Student Catalog.

(approved July 16, 2018)


The Student Code of Conduct may be found in the College Catalog.