The Office of Student Conduct at College of the Mainland serves to promote integrity and student learning while treating each student with dignity and respect.
The Office of Student Conduct fulfills this mission by:
- Developing and enforcing the Student Code of Conduct
- Educating students about their rights and responsibilities
- Intervening effectively when behavior violates the Student Code of Conduct
Students, faculty and staff may contact the Office of Student Conduct Office to report alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
The Office of Student Conduct serves as a resource for students concerning their rights and providing assistance to faculty, staff and students regarding student disciplinary matters.
What the College Expects of You
Students are expected to act in a way that respects the educational mission of the College.
Each student is responsible for abiding by the Code. Violating College policy or any section of the Code of Conduct while participating in an off-campus, College-sponsored event may be considered the same as an on-campus violation. Any student who violates a local, state or federal law, on or off campus, may also be subject to College discipline.
Each student is expected to be familiar with all published College policies.
The Code of Student Conduct is a set of rules that applies to every student enrolled at the college, including students who are:
- Taking online courses