Article IiI: Proscribed Conduct
a.Cheating, plagiarism, or other forms of academic dishonesty covered under Parkland College policy, including Policy 8.06;
b.Furnishing false information to any Parkland College official, faculty member, or office;
In compliance with the Smoke-Free Campus Act (110 ILCS64/), all tobacco use will be prohibited on the Parkland College campus effective July 1, 2015. For the purpose of this policy, “campus” means all property owned or leased by, or leased to the college, including buildings, grounds, roads, parking lots, and vehicles.
For more information, see Policy 3.40 Computer Access/Network Usage and Policy 3.41 Electronic Mail (EMAIL) Accounts and Usage
For more information, please refer to Policy 8.26 Harassment/Discrimination – Students.
1. A student will be subject to involuntary interim suspension from Parkland College, if it is determined, by clear and convincing evidence, that the student:
a. Engages or threatens to engage in behavior which poses a danger of causing physical harm to self or others.
b. Engages or threatens to engage in behavior which would cause significant property damage, or directly and substantially impedes the lawful activities of others.
c. Engages or threatens to engage in behavior which significantly disrupts or obstructs teaching and learning
d. Failure to comply with requested psychiatric evaluation as set forth in the involuntary withdrawal section below
2. Interim suspension process
a. A letter of investigation will be prepared and delivered to student involved either personally, by parkland email and/or by certified US mail.
Mon.-Fri., 8 am-5 pm