Wash. Admin. Code § 132N-125-005 - Student responsibilities (Repealed)
Current through Register Vol. 22-07, April 1, 2022
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(1) Clark College provides its community and students with education and services of the highest quality. We do this in a manner which exhibits concern and sensitivity to students, faculty, staff, and others who utilize our services and facilities. It is essential that members of Clark College exhibit appropriate and conscientious behavior in dealing with others.
(2) Clark College expects all students to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with its high standards of scholarship and conduct. Student conduct, which distracts from or interferes with accomplishment of these purposes, is not acceptable. Students are expected to comply with these standards of conduct for students both on and off campus and acknowledge the college's authority to take disciplinary action.
(3) Admission to Clark College carries with it the presumption that students will conduct themselves as responsible members of the college community. This includes an expectation that students will obey the law, comply with policies, procedures and rules of the college and its departments, maintain a high standard of integrity and honesty, and respect the rights, privileges and property of other members of Clark College.
(4) It is assumed that students are and wish to be treated as adults. As such, students are responsible for their conduct. These standards of conduct for students promote Clark College's educational purposes and provide students a full understanding of their rights and responsibilities. Sanctions for violations of the standards of conduct for students will be administered under this chapter. When violations of laws of the state of Washington and/or the United States are also involved, the college may refer such matters to proper authorities and in the case of minors, this conduct may be referred to parents or legal guardians.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140(3). WSR 14-12-024, § 132N-125-005, filed 5/27/14, effective 7/7/14.]