STANDARDS OF STUDENT CONDUCT
Rancho Santiago Community College District's Standards of Student Conduct is intended to ensure that all students are given a safe and secure environment to study where disruption and behaviors of another student will not prevail. Santa Ana College may impose disciplinary sanctions against students or student organizations when their conduct significantly interferes with the educational objectives of the college community.
Guidelines for Student Conduct are set forth in the California Education Code, California Administrative Code, Title V, policies of the Board of Trustees, and all civil and criminal codes. Students enrolling in district educational programs assume an obligation to obey state law and district rules and regulations governing the conduct of students.
Students who enroll in those instructional programs in which the college has affiliations with various outside associations must comply with the college's policies and procedures and also with the outside associations' policies and procedures. This includes but is not limited to students enrolled in the programs of Cosmetology, Fire Academies, Criminal Justice Academies and Nursing.
The complete Rancho Santiago Community College District Board Policy BP 5500 can be viewed on the District website: Standards of Student Conduct.