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The college prohibits retaliation against those persons filing a complaint or persons participating in the investigation of a complaint. The college also complies with Title II of the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act GINA which prohibits the use of genetic information in making decisions related to any terms, conditions, Free Keysville Virginia sex channel privileges of employment. Students at Southside Virginia Community College are expected to conduct themselves and dress in a manner that preserves an appropriate atmosphere and will not disrupt teaching and learning activities.
In addition, students engaging in student activities, working for Southside Virginia Community College, or representing the college at special events may be held to guidelines for conduct, dress and appearance appropriate to that activity. All local, state and federal laws, in addition to all the regulations of the college shall be obeyed.
The standards of student conduct, including disciplinary rules and procedures are deed to provide and conform to the basic tenets of due process. Freedom of discussion, inquiry and expression is fostered by Southside Virginia Community in which the privileges of citizenship are protected and the obligations of citizenship are understood. Accordingly, the college has developed regulations pertaining to students and recognized student organizations. The college reserves the right to take disciplinary action compatible with its own best interests when it is clearly necessary.
Students are encouraged to consult the Student Handbook in this catalog. Crimes and emergencies will be reported as appropriate to the appropriate authorities. Emergency call boxes are located at various locations across campuses. Emergencies involving immediate safety or health concerns should be addressed by calling The college facilities hosting classes close at 9 pm, Monday through Thursday. The libraries and Learning Resource Center close at 8 pm. With the exception of Saturday classes or other special events, the college is closed from p.
Friday to a. Statistics concerning the occurrences on campus of reported criminal offenses and the of arrests for particular violations during the preceding two years are available on the college website: www. In Falla Threat Assessment Team was established to promote the safety and security of the campus community. This team will work closely with faculty, staff, administrators and students to establish policies and procedures for the prevention of violence on campus. Report concerns about a person or situation to any faculty or staff member, security, online via the website at www.
Southside Virginia Community College strives to offer students a quality education in a safe and caring environment.
The college also strives to create a safe and secure place of work for its staff. Therefore, the college will not tolerate violence of any nature. Section The threat may consist of written, electronically transmitted, or verbal comments to kill or do bodily injury. If the threat is written or electronically transmitted, a person can be found guilty of a Class 6 felony punishable by one to five years in prison.
Consistent with its mission, Southside Virginia Community College is committed to providing a learning and working environment that emphasizes the dignity and worth of every member of its community. Sexual harassment including sexual assault in any form will not be Free Keysville Virginia sex channel. Sexual harassment is unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, which can include unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal, nonverbal, or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
Thus, sexual harassment prohibited by Title IX can include conduct such as touching of a sexual nature; making sexual comments, jokes, or gestures; writing graffiti or displaying or distributing sexually explicit drawings, pictures, or written materials; calling students sexually charged names; spreading sexual rumors; rating students on sexual activity or performance; or circulating, showing, or creating e-mails or websites of a sexual nature, sexual exploitation and domestic violence.
Under Title IX, this constitutes sexual misconduct and includes rape or sexual assault. Moreover, SVCC has committed itself, unequivocally, to complying with all legal requirements of Title IX and ensuring a working and learning environment in which the dignity of every individual is respected. Therefore, it is the purpose of this policy to prohibit conduct by or against students, faculty, staff and third parties involving a program or activity Free Keysville Virginia sex channel the College in the United States. Victims of sexual harassment or other sexual misconduct have certain rights under Title IX.
A printed copy of the Title IX policy and additional information also may be obtained from the offices of the individuals listed below. Daniel Campus, LRC? Student Services Building, Room For a complaint against a Southside Virginia Community College employee or a visitor for sexual harassment, sexual assault, sex discrimination, or other forms of sexual misconduct, please contact:.
During non-business hours, members of the campus community should report alleged violations of this Policy to Campus Security at John H. Daniel Campus Free Keysville Virginia sex channel Christanna Campus or by leaving a voic or for the Title IX Coordinator at or at daryl. There is no time limit for reporting incidents of sexual harassment with the Title IX Coordinator. Failure to report promptly also could result in the loss of relevant evidence.
If there are emergency or immediate safety concerns on the main campuses and at all off-campus centers, call and report the danger to law enforcement. There are emergency call boxes located on the Christanna Campus and the John H. In case of threatening behavior, a disturbing situation, or a Free Keysville Virginia sex channel concern on both the main campuses and all all off-campus centers that is NOT an emergency event, contact any faculty or staff member or submit the information on an online form available on the website at southside.
Submit information via to threat southside. Preventing violence and supporting the safety and well-being of the college community are responsibilities of all members of the SVCC community. Campus safety is enhanced through community members identifying behaviors of concern and reporting the concerns in a caring and timely manner. Early identification of such concerns allows SVCC to intervene more effectively to address behaviors that are threatening or ificantly disruptive to the learning, living and working environment of SVCC.
Virginia law requires the institution to have a threat assessment team to identify, assess and intervene with individuals whose behavior poses a threat to the safety of the campus community. The mission of the Threat Assessment Team is to determine if an individual poses a threat to self, others, or the SVCC community and to intervene to avert the threat and maintain the safety of the situation. The team responds to behaviors exhibited by students, employees, visitors, and non-affiliated persons in an attempt to prevent violence so that SVCC remains a safe and secure working and learning environment.
There are many behaviors that may cause concern for the safety and well-being of an individual, or the campus as a whole. The following is not an exhaustive list but provides examples of concerning behaviors or situations:. Again, these are just examples of behaviors that may cause concern.
If you observe or become aware of situations that cause concern for safety, consult with colleagues, supervisors or college officials and report your concerns. If you have concerns about a person or situation, even if you think it may be nothing, you are encouraged to share the information.
The information you provide, no matter how trivial it may seem by itself, may be critical to understanding a broader range of problematic or threatening behavior. If you are aware of an emergency, or immediate safety concerns, call and report the danger to law enforcement.
If you are concerned about threatening behavior, a disturbing situation, or a safety concern that is NOT an emergency event, contact any faculty or staff member or submit the information on an online form available on the website at southside. You may also submit your information via to threat southside.
When providing information, please include the name of the person you are concerned about, the behaviors you observed, and your name. Your identity and the information you share will be treated privately with your safety in mind. The information will be used to address the situation in a respectful and helpful manner.
Southside Virginia Community College is committed to providing a drug-free environment on campus. As such, drug canine assisted searches may occur on and throughout the campuses from time to time to maintain a drug free environment. In compliance with this commitment, the possession, selling, usage, manufacture, give away, or other distribution of illegal or controlled substances are prohibited by students or employees. This policy is binding while on campus, attending a college sponsored off-campus class or event, or while serving as a representative of the college at off-campus meetings.
In addition to criminal penalties, violation of school policies may result in disciplinary action by the college, including suspension or dismissal. Procedures for disciplinary action are found in the Student Handbook. Under the Code of Virginia, Title This policy is specifically authorized under Code of Virginia This policy applies whether the weapon is functional or not. It is a condition of acceptance to the college that all students comply with the college weapons policy.
Employees agree to this policy and all other policies by accepting continuing employment. Students and patrons agree to this and all other policies by their continuing enrollment and participation in activities and events. These terms govern access to and use of the information technology applications, services and resources of the VCCS and the information they generate. The college has granted access to students as a necessary privilege in order to perform authorized functions at the college where enrolled.
Students will not knowingly permit use of entrusted access control mechanism for any purposes other than those required to perform authorized functions related to the status as a student. These include logon identification, password, workstation identification, user identification, digital certificates or 2-factor authentication mechanisms. Do not disclose information concerning any access control mechanism unless properly authorized to do so by this enrolling college.
You will not use any access mechanism that the VCCS has not expressly ased. Treat all information maintained on the college computer systems as strictly confidential and do not release information to any unauthorized person. Computer software, databases, and electronic documents are protected by copyright law. A copyright is a work of authorship in a tangible medium. A student must either have an express or implied to use copyrighted material or data, or be able to prove fair use. Students and other users of college computers are responsible for understanding how copyright law applies to their electronic transactions.
Students may not violate the copyright protection of any information, software, or data with which you come into contact through the college computing resources. Downloading or distributing copyrighted materials such as documents, movies, music, etc. The penalties for infringing copyright law can be found under the U. Copyright Act, 17 U. Students agree to abide by all applicable state, federal, VCCS, and college policies, procedures and standards that relate to the Virginia Department of Human Resource Management Policy 1.
These include, but are not limited to:. Students must follow any special rules that are posted or communicated to them by responsible staff members, whenever they use college computing laboratories, classrooms, and computers in the Learning Resource Centers. They shall do nothing intentionally that degrades or disrupts the computer systems or interferes with systems and equipment that support the work of others. Problems with college computing resources should be reported to the staff in charge or to the Information Technology Help Desk.
Understand that students must use only those computer resources that they have the authority to use. Do not provide false or misleading information to gain access to computing resources. The VCCS may regard these actions as criminal acts and may treat them accordingly. One must not use VCCS IT resources to gain unauthorized access to computing resources of other institutions, organizations, individuals, etc. The System Office and colleges reserve the right with or without cause to monitor, access and disclose all data created, sent, received, processed, or stored on VCCS systems to ensure compliance with VCCS policies and federal, state, or local regulations.
Students understand that it is their responsibility to read and abide by this agreement, even if they do not agree with it. By acknowledging this agreement, students hereby certify they understand the preceding terms and provisions and they accept the responsibility of adhering to the same.
Also students acknowledge that should they violate this agreement, they will be subject to disciplinary action. With that in mind, SVCC supports expressive activity. This policy applies to all buildings, grounds, and other spaces owned or controlled by SVCC. All opinions expressed by individuals purporting to be a current or former student, faculty, or staff member of this institution, on websites not affiliated with Southside Virginia Community College, social media channels, blogs or other online or traditional publications, are solely their opinions and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or values of Southside Virginia Community College, the Virginia Community College System, or the State Board for Community Colleges, which do not endorse and are not responsible or liable for any such content.
This policy applies to all buildings, grounds, and other spaces owned or controlled by a college. College property is primarily dedicated to academic, student life and administrative functions. Colleges may place restrictions on expressive activities occurring indoors, but especially for students and student organizations, the outdoor areas of campus remain venues for free expression, including speeches, demonstrations, and the distribution of literature.
Indoors or outdoors, colleges shall not interfere with the rights of individuals and groups to the free expression of their views or impermissibly regulate their speech based on its content or viewpoint. Nevertheless, colleges may establish reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions on expressive activity.
Such restrictions must be content-neutral, narrowly tailored to serve a ificant governmental interest, and allow ample alternative channels for communication of the information. No event or expressive activity shall be permitted to violate or hinder the rights of others within the campus community or substantially disrupt normal college operations. Back to top.
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