Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct exists to protect the persons and property of the College community and the rights of the persons in the College community. It also fosters and enhances the academic mission of the institution. While the Code of Conduct does not include all of the activities that may adversely affect the College community, they do apply to the conduct of all registered students and registered student organizations within the College. College premises include all land, building, and facilities.
Persons are to report violations of the Code of Conduct to the Vice President for Student Affairs. As members of Clinton College, students are also subject to city, county; state, and federal laws. Legal action in addition to College disciplinary action may take place. The College decision in disciplinary matters is independent of off-campus legal action.
The College has developed minimum and maximum sanctions in the disciplinary decision making process in order to ensure fairness.