College Code of Conduct - Disciplinary Offenses

If a community user engages in any of the following disciplinary offenses the community user will lose all library privileges:

  1. Material disruption or obstruction of teaching, research, administration, disciplinary proceedings, or any other college activities.
  2. Under no circumstances will fighting be tolerated while on college property or at off-campus events sponsored by the college.
  3. Assault and/or battery.
  4. Verbal and psychological abuse or harassment.
  5. Participating in or inciting a riot or an unauthorized disorderly assembly.
  6. Seizing, holding, commandeering, or damaging any property or facilities of the college or threatening to do so, or refusing to depart from any property or facilities of the college upon direction by college officials or other persons authorized by the institution.
  7. Sexual assault or harassment.
  8. Use of alcoholic beverages, including the purchase, consumption, possession, or sale of such items except where specifically authorized by state law and regulations of the college. 
  9. Failure to comply with the official and proper order of a duly designated college official. 
  10. Gambling or holding an unauthorized raffle or lottery.
  11. Manufacturing, possessing, using, selling, or distributing any type of controlled substances or illegal drugs. 
  12. Use or possession of weapons (guns, knives, etc.) on college property, on one’s person, or in one’s motor vehicle. 
  13. Creating a fire or safety hazard or abusing/misusing safety equipment, or transmitting false fire alarms. Littering.
  14. Defacing, destroying, damaging, removing, or using public or private property without proper authorization.
  15. Violating any rule or regulation not contained within the official college publications, but announced as administrative policy by the chief executive officer or his/her designee.
  16. Encouraging or assisting others to commit any of the acts that are prohibited by the Code of Student Conduct.
  17. Knowingly furnishing false information to the college, including the forgery, alteration, or misuse of college documents, instruments, or identification.
  18. Unauthorized use of computers or word processors or unauthorized efforts to penetrate or modify the computer or word processing security system or any program software.
  19. Allowing children under age sixteen (16) to remain unsupervised while on campus.
  20. Offering or passing a worthless check or failing to meet financial obligations of the college.
  21. Failing to abide by any terms of any disciplinary sanctions properly imposed by a college official, committee, or agency.
  22. Creation of a health hazard.
  23. Threats and/or threatening behavior.

 From the KCTCS Student Code of Conduct 3.2