Student Conduct Response Report
We hold all students responsible for their behavior. Conduct that jeopardizes the welfare of the college community and/or violates college rules may result in disciplinary action.
Student Infractions and Sanctions for 2010-11 and 2011-12
The range of sanctions in a given category may be explained by two factors. First, the system at CC is based on escalating repercussions for repeat offenders. Second, there may be a range of severity of offenses represented in each violation type.
The following information, based on the three previous years’ data, illustrates type and range of infractions and conduct responses at CC. This report is intended to inform the college community that student life administrators respond to inappropriate behavior, although the hearings and sanctions may not be known to the student body at large. The data are not individually identifiable because the student conduct system respects the confidentiality of the student(s) involved. The student conduct system is described in this handbook. A student accused of violation may face charges before either an administrative panel or the Student Conduct Committee.
|Type of Violation||# of violations||Range of Sanctions|
(Warning to Expulsion)
|Alcohol Policy||351||warning to suspension|
|Violence||15||warning to suspension|
|Drug Policy||255||warning to suspension|
|Theft/misuse of College Resources*||13||warning to suspension|
|Sexual Misconduct||10||warning to suspension|
|Vandalism||67||probation to suspension|
*Abuse of college resources (i.e., misuse of long-distance codes; unapproved use of CC Cabin or Baca; phone/computer fraud, etc.)
This report does not include information on offenses for which no responsible party was found.