2014-2015 Catalog

Appropriate Student Behavior in the Learning Environment

One of the College’s goals is to See Issues from Multiple Perspectives. Therefore, part of a course may involve hearing and reading perspectives different from ones own. Everyone in class has a right to learn and express his/her views in a comfortable environment. Students are expected to be considerate of others’ rights to hear, express their ideas and participate in the class. College policy 5420A states that “the College can immediately suspend or dismiss a student for disciplinary reasons if the college considers the student’s actions detrimental to its educational purposes.”

Students who have concerns about behavior in and out of the classroom should contact the Vice President for Student Success Services.