Student Conduct

Whether on or off campus, all students are expected to obey all local, state and federal laws. The following constitute violations of the code of conduct while on campus, while in class, or while representing the college at a community event:

  • Smoking in undesignated areas.
  • The possession, manufacturing, transportation, use, sale, distribution or being perceptibly under the influence of any alcoholic beverage or illegal drug, including unauthorized prescription drugs.
  • Threatening or causing a danger or harm to persons, properties, facilities or institutional operations.
  • Knowingly providing false information, making false statements or filing false charges against the college, its employees, or students.
  • Forgery, or alteration or misuse of official college documents, records, funds, or documents of identification.
  • Theft from or damage to facilities or properties belonging to the college or members of the college community.
  • Failure to comply with the directions of college officials in the legitimate performance of their duties.
  • Possession of firearms or other weapons, even if licensed to do so, on campus.
  • Setting off or tampering with any emergency or security equipment, alarms or devices.
  • Unauthorized access to a computer system or electronic equipment owned by the college, including copyrighted property.
  • Engaging in harassment, sexual or otherwise, toward any member of the college community; engaging in lewd, indecent, or obscene behavior; or using college resources to view or produce lewd, indecent, or obscene material.
  • Unauthorized entry into any locked or secured college property.
  • Participating in an activity that materially or substantially interferes with the legitimate functions of the college or the private rights and privileges of others.
  • Failure to comply with a request to identify oneself.