The Student Handbook outlines the standards and expectations of students’ conduct and behavior.
Examples of disruptive behavior are as follows:
Conduct Disruptive to the College Community
Conduct that is disruptive to the colleges’ educational objectives, to its operations, or to its officials, staff, and faculty in the performance of their work, or to any other aspect of its mission.
Such conduct includes, but is not limited to:
1. Disruption of class, college activity, or any other normal activity held on college property or at a college location.
2. Classroom behavior that interferes with either
(a) the instructor’s ability to conduct the class or
(b) the ability for other students to benefit from the instructional program.
3. Conduct which is disorderly or a breach of the peace.
Causing Physical or Other Harm to any Person
1. Conduct causing physical injury or endangering another’s health or safety, which includes, but is not limited to, acts of physical violence, assault, and relationship or domestic violence.
2. Actions causing physical injury or endangering one’s own health or safety.
Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct
1. Sexual Assault. Any sexual act or attempt to engage in any act with another person without the consent of the other person or, in circumstances in which the person is unable, due to age, disability or chemical or other impairment to give consent.
2. Sexual Misconduct. Any intentional intimate touching of another without the consent of the other person or, in circumstances in which the person is unable, due to age, disability, or chemical or other impairment, to give consent.
1. Harassment or Threats—Verbal or written abuse, threats, harassment, coercion, or any other conduct that places another individual in reasonable fear for his or her safety through words or actions directed at that person, or substantially interferes with the working, educational, or living environment of the individual, including stalking and racial harassment.
2, Sexual Harassment—Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for favors, and/or any other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when:
(a) Submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly, a term or condition of an individual’s employment or status in a college activity or;
(b) Submission or, rejection of, such conduct by an individual in used as the basis for employment or status in a college activity, or;
(c) Such conduct has the purpose or effect of interfering with an individual’s work or academic performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive employment or academic environment.
We would like you to share your observations.
If a situation or someone's behavior causes you to be concerned,
remember "It may be nothing, BUT...".
Don't hesitate to reach out to the Campus
Cathy L. Smith-Cox
Jennifer Roark, MA, LPC
Great Expectations Counselor
Stephanie Davis LCSW, MSW
Director of Career & Disability Services / Campus Based Coordinator OPSS
Dr. Mike Henry
Student Support Services
Dr. Barbara Fuller
|Note: All members of the Threat Assessment Team are considered to be school officials and will have complete access to student records when necessary to do their job.|