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Student Code of Conduct

Learn about the standard of conduct that we expect of our students to foster a safe environment conducive to learning and development. 

The College aims to provide all of its students with the support and guidance they need to achieve success. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that demonstrates respect for the rights and property of others and upholds the integrity of the College community.

Through the Student Rights and Responsibilities/Code of Conduct, the College strives to address, reduce and prevent behavior that undermines academic success and detracts from the educational mission of the College; to ensure the health and safety of the College community; and to provide timely support and resources for students.


Student Rights and Responsibilities/Code of Conduct Policy and Procedures
Clark State Community College students are responsible for knowing the information, policies, and procedures outlined in the Student Rights and Responsibilities/Code of Conduct Policy and Procedures, found in the Student Handbook.


Advocate

An advocate is an informal, neutral and confidential resource who provides assistance to students in exploring options to resolve problems, complaints and conflicts. An advocate does not replace the formal grievance, investigative or appeal processes made available by the College. An advocate does not have the authority to make decisions or enact policy.

An advocate will:

  • Listen and discuss questions, issues, and concerns with students
  • Assist with the informal and formal grievance/complaint processes
  • Help identify and evaluate options available to address concerns
  • Clarify College policies and procedures
  • Assess student needs and refer to appropriate services
  • Help students understand their rights and responsibilities

For assistance, contact one of the following advocates:
Raphael Allen  |  Leffel Lane, TLC 119  |  937.328.6611
Shani Newton  |  Greene Center  |  937.431.7165
Roseann Terbay  |  Leffel Lane, Rhodes Hall  |  937.328.6061

 

Student Code of Conduct

Nina Wiley
Dean, Student Engagement and Support Services
937.328.7936 
E-Mail Nina »

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