Administrative Regulations on Student Conduct
Overview & Definitions
The Dean of Student Affairs will administer these administrative regulations.
Students’ conduct at Long Beach City College must conform to District policy, as well as to college regulations and procedures. The Student Code of Conduct is a key component of the student conduct procedures. The primary purpose of these procedures is to provide a fair and equitable means to address violations of the Student Code of Conduct, which guarantees due process rights consistent with state and federal law. It is not intended to substitute for criminal or civil proceedings that may be initiated by other individuals or entities. The procedures shall clearly define the conduct that is subject to discipline and shall identify potential disciplinary actions, including but not limited to the removal, suspension and expulsion of the student.
It is the responsibility of all College employees to report to the Office of Student Conduct any student behavior that is unsafe or violates the Student Code of Conduct.
|District||Long Beach Community College District|
|Student||Any person currently enrolled as a student at the District or in any program offered by the District.|
|Non-Student||Any person not currently enrolled as a student at the District or in any program offered by the District. Such individuals are considered members of the general public and are not entitled to the same rights, considerations, or services of a Student.|
|Instructor||Any academic employee of the District in whose class a Student subject to disciplinary action is enrolled; or counselor who is providing or has provided services to the Student; or other academic employee who has responsibility for the Student’s educational program.|
|Staff||Any individual in a non-academic position with active employment status with the District, including but not limited to classified, management, full-time, part-time, permanent, probationary, limited-term, temporary, and substitute status.|
|Notification Letter||Written notification that requests that the Student schedule a hearing with the Director or designee to discuss reported claims of conduct violation and that also details the Student’s alleged violations.|
|Hearing||A meeting to discuss reported claims of Student Code of Conduct violations with the Director or designee.|
|Business Day||Unless otherwise provided, Business Day shall mean a weekday Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays and weekends, during which the District is in session and regular classes are held.|
|Summary Suspension||Exclusion of the Student by the Dean for Student Affairs for good cause from one or more classes for a period of up to ten consecutive days of instruction.|
|Disciplinary Suspension||Exclusion of the Student by the Director or designee for good cause from one or more classes for the remainder of the school term, or from all classes and activities of the District for one or more terms.|
|Expulsion||Long-term or permanent exclusion of the Student from the District by the Board of Trustees.|
|Removal from Class||Exclusion of the Student by an Instructor for no more than two consecutive days of class instruction.|
|Written or Verbal Reprimand||An admonition to the Student to cease and desist from conduct determined to violate the Student Code of Conduct. Written reprimands may become part of a Student’s permanent record at the District. A record of verbal reprimand may become part of a Student’s record at the District for a period of up to one year.|
|Withdrawl or Verbal Consent to Remain||Withdrawal of consent by the Dean of Student Affairs for any person to remain on campus in accordance with Penal Code Section 626.4 where the Dean of Student Affairs has reasonable cause to believe that an individual has willfully disrupted the orderly operation of the District.|