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Standards of Student Conduct
Students, their guests and prospective students are expected to conduct themselves as responsible members of the educational community. The College may take disciplinary action for violations of Codes of Conduct, as determined by a preponderance of the evidence, which may be found at https://www.nwc.edu/handbook/
General Code of Student Conduct
The College has established standards and regulations which are designed to ensure unimpeded college functions and activities and to maximize the learning environment on campus. Regulations include those items which fall within policies set by the Board of Trustees, the college administration, along with local, state and federal laws. Other rules and regulations developed by the College to maintain a safe and orderly environment may be found in the CATALOG, NWC HOUSING CONTRACT, RESIDENCE HALL GUIDE, and CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY BROCHURE. These publications may be obtained from the Vice President for Student Services, Residence and Campus Life, and Admissions.
All students enrolled in the College, University of Wyoming, or any other colleges’ courses taught on the College’s campus, or any other student, visitor or entity using the College’s facilities or services, are expected to be familiar with and to abide by all policies, rules and regulations established by the College. Each student enrolling in the College, University of Wyoming, or any other colleges’ courses taught on the NWC campus assumes an obligation to conduct himself or herself in a manner compatible with the College’s function as an educational institution. Conduct which is not compatible is specified in the Student Handbook and the student may be subject to disciplinary action for violations of these codes. The goal of disciplinary proceedings will be to help a student avoid future inappropriate behavior and become a responsible member of the college community.