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Purpose and Scope of the Student Conduct Code

For the purpose of this code, a student is defined as one who is currently enrolled as a registered credit student at the College.


Purpose and Scope of the Student Conduct Code

  1. The following statements comprising the Student Conduct Code are adopted for the purpose of providing a precise set of expectations and at the same time offering the assurance that all students will be accorded fair and objective treatment when violations occur.
  2. These standards of conduct will apply to students engaging in activities on the campus, or at any of the Brookdale College off-campus centers, as well as to student organizations sponsoring approved off-campus functions.
  3. When a student is convicted of a violation of one or more of the laws in the community, state, or nation, the College will not request special consideration for that individual because of his/her status as a student. However, the College will cooperate fully, with law enforcement agencies and with other agencies in any appropriate program for the rehabilitation of the student.

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