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Student Conduct

Promoting Student Safety and Respect for Others

York College seeks to establish and maintain an environment that provides for the development of the young adult as a whole person with an emphasis mutual respect, personal and professional integrity, and critical thinking. The College expects its students to conduct themselves in all places and at all times in such a manner as to demonstrate respect for order, strong personal ethics, and the rights of others as demanded of good citizens.

The Office of Student Conduct strives to help students gain a‎ greater understanding of these issues of community values and behavioral expectations. If students engage in behavior that violates the policies of the York College Student Code of Conduct, they are held responsible for their behavior through the student conduct process. The goals of this process are educationally focused.

We hope to help each student gain an understanding of what it means to be a respectful, responsible member of our community by discussing problem situations, and by issuing sanctions designed to help the student better understand the problems inherent to their behavior. We also issue sanctions that focus on the reality that adults must learn to be responsible for the consequences of their behavior. Consequently, serious or repeated violations of the Student Code of Conduct will lead to more serious sanctions.

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