Student Life at Hocking College
The Hocking College Student Center is open to our students and staff daily during normal session throughout the year. Promoting healthy lifestyle through exercise for all levels of fitness, Hocking College offers a number of group fitness and personal training courses to students at great prices.
Student events are held here for student’s recreational and educational pleasure. Examples of these events include:
- Guest Speakers
- Homecoming Festivities
- Campus Life Events
- Intermural Sports
- Seasonal Events
- Basketball and Volleyball Games
The Office of Student Conduct
The Hocking College Office of Student Conduct is a resource center for all members of the Hocking College community to ensure that community standards are upheld and to educate students, faculty and staff on the importance and role of social responsibility in the educational process.
Delivery of this task complete through the administration of the Student Code of Conduct. The college expects that all student adhere to the expectations set forth in this document and hold each other accountable for their role in ensuring a healthy, learning-centered environment.
Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)
The Hocking Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is a group of staff and faculty who assess at-risk situations on campus and develops action plans to address such situations. The BIT is a multidisciplinary team comprised of Residence Life, Counseling Center, Judicial Affairs, Campus Safety, Faculty and other applicable parties.
The team meets weekly to discuss incidents of student behavior and to assess, intervene and monitor any concerns referred to the BIT. Examples of incidents include but not limited to are as follows:
- Suicide attempts or expression of suicidal thoughts or feelings;
- Students who threaten to harm other students, staff or community;
- Relationship violence situation;
- Students with weapons on campus;
- Disruptive behavior in classroom; and
- Aggressive students.