Student misconduct covers a broad range of inappropriate activities, ranging from cheating to fighting.
If you receive a notice about alleged misconduct, you may be asked to attend a meeting at the Dean of Students/Ombudsman Office or the Office of the Vice President of Student and Academic Services to discuss the matter.
It’s important that you respond to the notice. The issue will not go away by ignoring it; instead, it will get worse. Be sure that you respond within the deadlines stated in the notice.
Before you respond, you may wish to review WCC’s policy on student rights and responsibilities.
Smoking Policy Violations
The most common form of student misconduct is violations of WCC’s policy that bans smoking anywhere on campus.
If you get a ticket for smoking on campus from Campus Safety & Security, you’ll receive instructions by mail or email about how to resolve it. Doing so will require a meeting at the Dean of Students/Ombudsman Office. If you receive repeated tickets, you will be suspended.
In order to promote a healthy work and learning environment, smoking is not permitted anywhere on campus.Smoke-Free Policy » Smoking Cessation »
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