Rules & Regulations

Our Rules & Regulations

Care Hope College is committed to fostering a campus environment that is conducive to academic
inquiry, a productive campus life and thoughtful study and discourse. The student code of
conduct and conduct process is educational and developmental in nature, and balances the
interest of individual students, as well as the interest of the College.

Our College community exists on the basis of shared values and principles. At Care Hope College, students are expected to uphold and abide by certain standards of conduct that form the basis of the Student Code of Conduct. Each member of the College community bears responsibility for their conduct and to assume reasonable responsibility for the behavior of others.

The jurisdiction of the Student Code of Conduct extends to all College locations, off-campus sites hosting a College event, class or other gathering, including College-sanctioned social networking sites and College-sanctioned student travel. In the event of a breach of the College Code of Conduct, the College Student Conduct Procedures shall apply. Additionally, the College reserves the right to impose sanctions based on any student conduct, whether part of a program or not, regardless of location, that may adversely affect the College community.

Prohibited student conduct for the Student Code of Conduct includes, but is not limited to, those listed below. Any student who is found to have engaged in these acts while on campus or on property controlled by the College or its affiliates (e.g., clinical sites, volunteer sites, career placement sites, etc.) or about any off-campus College activities or non-College related activity may be subject to the maximum penalty of expulsion or any other penalty authorized herein or specifically noted in the student’s program of study.

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