The college is committed to providing a safe learning environment in which all of its students can realize their academic and career goals and participate in the teaching and learning experience.
The college experience is a privilege that is afforded to students. All students are expected to abide by the college code of conduct rules. Student who choose to be a member of the college community accept the responsibility to be informed and acquainted with the college regulations, to comply with these regulations and respect to respect the personal rights and property of other students and guest of the college community. It is each student's responsibility to be aware of College academic rules,, important timelines and procedures. It is also the student's responsibility to obtain and read the current catalog, student handbook and other publications to keep up-to-date with this information.
In order to preserve academic excellence and integrity, the College expects you to
know, understand and comply with the Academic Integrity Code, which prohibits academic
dishonesty in any form, including,
but not limited to, cheating and plagiarism. Additionally, students accept the responsibility to be acquainted with and comply to published College regulations and to respect the rights and property of other members.
The Academic Calendar is available in the current College Catalog and online on the link above. Students are responsible for knowing important deadlines including but not limited to: Registration dates, add/drop dates, withdrawal deadlines, graduation application dates.
The Question & Answer Center provides students an opportunity to appeal certain situations (i.e. financial aid suspensions/ineligibility; full cost of tuition; withdrawals/drops after posted deadlines, equity concerns and formal grade disputes.) based on documented extenuating circumstances).
The Counseling Office provides a student Ombudsperson who serve as an informal resource to help students understand college procedures and processes for resolving student concerns.