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Student Code Of Conduct

Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and Judicial Affairs


Hocking College is committed to freedom of inquiry, thought, and expression in support of the Hocking College Strategic Plan and Mission Statement. In order to preserve these freedoms, as well as to maintain an environment supportive of all learning, Hocking College students are obligated to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner. Hocking College retains the authority to maintain order within the college community and to exclude those who are disruptive. Therefore, Hocking College reserves the right to discipline, suspend, or expel any student involved in activity that threatens to or disrupts the well being of the college and its community. Before action is taken, all due process rights will be respected through the judicial and appeal procedures. In cases where imminent danger may exist, the college reserves the right to intermittently suspend a student, pending a hearing.

Honor Statement

Hocking College believes that its students need to take personal responsibility for their academic work on and off campus, both as individuals and as a member of a group.

Hocking College believes that its students should display honesty, integrity, and good judgment in their on and off campus activity.

The full code of conduct can be reviewed by downloading a printable version