Student Code of Conduct
It should be emphasized that when a student’s violation of the law also adversely affects the college’s pursuit of its recognized educational objectives, the college may enforce its own regulations regardless of any civil proceeding or dispositions. When a student violates a college regulation, they are subject to disciplinary action by the college whether or not their conduct violates civil law. If a person’s behavior simultaneously violates a college regulation and the civil laws off-campus, they may incur penalties described by civil authorities. College discipline will be initiated only in instances of student misconduct, which distinctly and adversely affects the college’s pursuit of its recognized educational purposes. Disciplinary measures appropriate to the offense up to and including dismal from the college may be imposed.
THE NCHERM GROUP/ATIXA MODEL
POLICY AND PROCEDURE
CIVIL RIGHTS EQUITY GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE (EGP) FOR ALL FACULTY, STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES
ATIXA Model 3: Investigation -> Hearing -> Appeal -> Coordinator-Implemented Resolution
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POLICY: Equal Opportunity, Harassment and Nondiscrimination
As used in this document, the term “reporting party” refers to the person impacted by alleged discrimination. The term “responding party” refers to the person who has allegedly engaged in discrimination.