COLLEGE SKILLS CENTER
Student Rights and Responsibilities
To ensure that the College Skills Center (CSC) is a pleasant and productive environment for study, research, and tutoring for all users, please observe the following rights and responsibilities.
Users of the College Skills Center have the right to:
- An environment free of disruptive activity.
- Surroundings free of tobacco, food, beverages, and the problems associated with their consumption.
- Access to suitable materials and equipment for class-related activities.
- Quiet areas for individuals to study and engage in research .
User's of the College Skills Center will REFRAIN from the following:
- Talking on cell phones in ALL AREAS of the CSC.
- Carrying on conversations or activities that are disruptive to others.
- Bringing food or beverage (other than water) into the CSC.
- Cutting, tearing, defacing, or removing CSC materials, equipment, or other CSC property.
- Soliciting in the CSC (i.e., asking people for money, to sign petitions, and so forth).
- Posting or otherwise distributing flyers or materials in the CSC without proper permission.
- Violating the posted Instructional Computer Lab Rules.
- Bringing in or leaving minor children unsupervised in the CSC that are not enrolled in qualifying classes.
The CSC will actively pursue disciplinary action and other legal action for the offenses listed above.
Misuse of the CSC, whether by theft or mutilation of CSC materials, equipment, or other property, or by interference with the study and research activities of library users, shows disrespect for the rights of members of the college community.
Persons who commit or attempt to commit offenses stated in this policy and /or the college’s Student Code of Conduct, especially Section III, B, #11:
"Failure to comply with directions of the college officials acting in the performance of their duties"
may be asked to leave and may be subject to the sanctions of warning, fines, restitution, forfeiture of CSC use, suspension, expulsion and prosecution, and may be accountable to the College and to city, state, or federal authorities.
All students are expected to act in a considerate, cooperative, respectful, and responsible manner. Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated.