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Student Conduct

The Student Affairs Office, which trains student advocates and grievance hearing committee members on due process procedures, is also a fair and impartial resource for students, who are involved in the student grievance and discipline process. At any time, students can contact the Student Affairs Office at (619) 660-4295 with questions regarding the Student Code of Conduct, which delineates the Cuyamaca College’s boundaries for acceptable behavior standards.

With links to the Student Discipline Procedures handbook, the Student Discipline Brochure, the Student Grievance and Due Process Procedures handbook, the Complaint Process Notice, the California Community College Chancellor's Office Complaint Process and Form, and the Title IX Information - Nondiscrimination Notice and Sexual Harassment Policy.

As a student, who is a valuable part of the academic community, it’s critical that you are knowledgeable about the grounds for disciplinary action per the Student Code of Conduct. You can always schedule an one-on-one workshop to learn more about the student code of conduct.  In addition, workshops are always offered throughout the year.

Please take a few minutes to carefully review and educate yourself on these policies.

Grounds for Disciplinary Action

Student Code of Conduct

(These procedures also apply to distance education)