Students have the right to live and study within an atmosphere of intellectual and religious freedom, which includes access to educational resources on campus, the free and open sharing of ideas, and the right to pursue academic goals. This freedom is cultivated and safeguarded within a respectful, nondiscriminatory environment that encourages students to share ideas while maintaining respect for each individual’s dignity and intellectual rights.
Students have the right to safety and security free from any violence, harassment, abuse, discriminatory behavior, and intimidation.
Students have the right to privacy in personal matters unless their behavior or personal possessions contravene College, State, or Federal law.
Students have the right to due process and a just hearing regarding alleged violations of College rules and regulations.