The Office of Student Conduct strives to promote a campus environment that is conducive to learning; safe, free from unnecessary disruptions, and promotes respect between all constituents of the campus and community.
We support the mission of the college by promoting student growth and development in all aspects of college life, in the classroom, on the campus and in the many opportunities for involvement and learning experiences outside the classroom. At the same time, it is important for students to understand the expectations the college has of them, and to know they are accountable for violations of the student code of conduct.
Student judicial cases, involving violations of the code of conduct, are handled with a student development approach. We understand that students make mistakes, and we strive to be fair and respectful in the disciplinary process. It is important to the process that the sanctions be fair, educational and relative to the charge. A judicial charge can affect the student's future. Therefore, it is important for these matters to be handled in a timely manner.
The safety and well-being of our campus community depends on all of us – faculty, staff, and students. See or hear something? Say something!
Code of Conduct Violations
- Student Code of Conduct & Disciplinary Policy
- Academic & Classroom Misconduct Policy
- Submit an Incident Report
For purposes of the grievance and complaint procedures, an employee is defined as an administrator, faculty member (though not including faculty on adjunct contracts), professional, clerical, and support staff personnel. Probationary employees are also included in this definition. Student workers and graduate assistants are not included in the definition of employee.
“Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance.” (source)
- Drug Free Campus Policy
- Freedom of Speech & Expression
- Student Due Process
- Student Right-to-Know Policy
- Some examples of general student complaints include, but are not limited to:
- A student feels he/she has not received fair treatment
- A student has an objection regarding some situation or condition at the college
- A student experiences an issue/problem with another student(s), faculty, or staff
- Complaint Procedures
- Submit a Complaint
- TBR Complaint Information
“Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects people from discrimination based on race, color, or national origin in programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance.” (source)