The Governing Board requires that student conduct must reflect the standards of appropriate behavior consistent with the educational purposes of the College. Student conduct should reflect consideration for the rights of others, and student are expected to cooperate with all members of the College community and conform to Federal and State laws, Board regulations, College regulations, and applicable provisions of civil law.
College personnel are responsible for communicating appropriate student conduct and for reporting any violations thereof, and the College President or designee shall have the right to administer suitable and proper corrective measures for misconduct.
The Governing Board, the College President or designee may suspend a student for good cause or when the presence of the student causes a continuing danger to the physical safety of the student or others. The Governing Board may exclude from attendance in regular classes any student whose physical or mental disability is such as to cause his or her attendance to be inimical to the welfare of other students.
The College President or designee shall report any violation of Federal or State law to the appropriate law enforcement authorities.
California Education Code Sections 66017, 66300, and 76030-76037 (Formerly Governing Board Policy 3222, adopted "prior to 7-1-73"; revised and renumbered as Governing Board Policy 3310, date unknown) Revised and Renumbered: 10-1-85
Revised and Adopted: 1-2-90, 4-4-95, 4-6-98, 5-5-09