STUDENT DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES
Definition of Student
The College President or other person or persons designated by him or her to maintain
order, handle disciplinary questions on campus, or represent the College before a
Disciplinary Hearing Committee.
Dean of Student Affairs: The Associate Dean of Student Affairs at each
College of the District.
Trustees: The Governing Board of the District.
Student Services Officer (CSSO): The Vice President of Student Services at
Grossmont College or the Vice President of Student Development and Services at Cuyamaca
President or designee: The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of each College
within the GCCCD or an Administrator selected by the CEO to represent him or her in
matters of student discipline.
Days during which College is in session and regular classes are held, including summer
session days, and excluding Saturdays and Sundays, unless otherwise specified in the
Hearing Record: The Disciplinary Hearing Record shall consist of all the
documents and exhibits presented at the Disciplinary Hearing, the recommendation of the
Hearing Committee and the College Presidents decision and recommendation.
The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District.
Exclusion of the student by the Board of Trustees from all Colleges in the District for
one or more terms.
Suspensions: Exclusion of the student by an instructor for the day of the
removal and the next class meeting.
Any academic employee of the District in whose class a student subject to discipline is
enrolled, or counselor who is providing or has provided services to the student, or other
academic employee who has responsibility for the students educational program.
Suspension: Temporary exclusion from student status, or other privileges
or activities, for the remainder of the current semester.
Suspension: Exclusion of the student by a College President or designee
for good cause from one (1) or more classes for a period of up to ten (10) consecutive
days of instruction.
Any person currently enrolled as a student at any College or in any program offered by the
of Consent to Remain on Campus: Withdrawal of consent by the College
President or designee for any person to remain on campus in accordance with California
Penal Code Section 626.4 where the College President or designee has reasonable cause to
believe that such person has willfully disrupted the orderly operation of the campus.
Written or Verbal
An admonition to the student to
cease and desist from conduct determined to violate the Standards of Student Conduct.
Written reprimands may become part of a students permanent record at the College. A
record of the fact that a verbal reprimand has been given may become part of a
students record at the College for a period of up to one (1) year.