DISCIPLINARY PROBATION AND DISMISSAL
A student may be placed on disciplinary probation for behavior deemed to be detrimental to the well being of the offending student or the student body, or for the infraction of college rules and regulations. Should disciplinary action be deemed necessary, the student will receive in writing from the chief student affairs officer the reason(s) for the disciplinary action and the conditions of the probationary period. For additional information, please refer to the NCCC Student Handbook.
Students may be suspended temporarily or expelled depending on the scope and nature of the infraction.
STUDENT GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE
SEE: Code of Student Conduct and Discipline in the NCCC Student Handbook for all formal student appeals. See the appropriate sections of this catalog for grade appeals and for financial aid appeals.
The use, sale, distribution, or manufacture of drugs and/or alcohol on campus by students, staff, or visitors will not be tolerated. Such use, sale, distribution, or manufacture by students may lead to dismissal from school. The use, sale, distribution, or manufacture of drugs and/or alcohol by staff may lead to termination of employment. Students, staff, or visitors involved in the use, sale, distribution, or manufacture of drugs and/or alcohol on campus will be subject to prosecution under appropriate state statutes. Students are urged to be familiar with the Drug-Free Campus Policy available in the office of the chief student affairs officer.
Sexual harassment is defined as the use of one’s authority or power, either explicitly or implicitly, to coerce another into unwanted sexual relations or to punish another for his/her refusal, or the creation of an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working educational environment through repetitive verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature by any member of the college community. See the Sexual Harassment and Grievance Policy in the NCCC Student Handbook for more information. The NCCC Student Handbook contains the procedure for reporting sexual harassment.
Sex offenses, either forcible or non-forcible, committed on campus by students, staff, or visitors will not be tolerated. Individual or individuals committing sex offenses will be dealt with to the full extent of federal, state, and local laws.
NCCC adheres to the Student’s Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act (Public Law 101-542). Current statistics are available upon request through the chief student affairs officer.
Campus crime statistics for calendar years are listed and categorized in the most recent NCCC Student Handbook through the chief Student affairs officer or dean of the Ottawa campus.
CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE
Current information regarding student conduct and discipline is available in The NCCC Student Handbook, and at www.neosho.edu. For more information, contact the chief student affairs officer.
STUDENT POLICIES FOR THE USE OF CAMPUS COMPUTER RESOURCES
All students are required to comply with the Computer Resource and Internet Usage (Fair Use) policy.
Additionally they are subject to the following policies:
- Wireless Access Policy
- Copyright Policy
Students are encouraged to review these policies frequently to ensure they stay in compliance. Anyone found to be in violation may be subject to loss of computer privileges on campus or prosecution by law enforcement depending on the nature of the violation.