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Click the button below to refer a student for any of the reasons listed below.
Report Housing or Food Insecurity
If NPC faculty, staff, and/or students become aware of a student who needs support and resources to address housing and/or food insecurities, please report housing/food insecurity to Josh Rogers.
Report behavioral or mental health concerns to CARE
The Campus Assessment, Response, and Education (CARE) team helps coordinate responses when students show signs of distress or emotional difficulty or when their behavior is otherwise concerning.
See the CARE webpage for more information.
Report Discriminatory Harassment & Retaliation
Discriminatory harassment constitutes a form of discrimination that is prohibited by Northland Pioneer College (NPC) policy. Discriminatory harassment is defined as unwelcome conduct by any member or group of the community on the basis of actual or perceived membership in a class protected by policy or law.
NPC does not tolerate discriminatory harassment of any employee, student, visitor, or guest. Northland Pioneer College will act to remedy all forms of harassment when reported, whether or not the harassment rises to the level of creating a “hostile environment.” It is prohibited for Northland Pioneer College or any member of NPC’s community to take materially adverse action by intimidating, threatening, coercing, harassing, or discriminating against any individual for the purpose of interfering with any right or privilege secured by law or policy, or because the individual has made a report or complaint, testified, assisted, or participated or refused to participate in any manner in an investigation, proceeding, or hearing under this policy and procedure.
Report Sexual Harassment
Northland Pioneer College has adopted the following definition of Sexual Harassment in order to address the unique environment of an academic community, which consists not only of employer and employees, but of students as well. Acts of sexual harassment may be committed by any person upon any other person, regardless of the sex, sexual orientation, and/or gender identity of those involved. Sexual Harassment, as an umbrella category, includes the offenses of sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
Student Grievance/Grade Appeal
The primary goal of the Student Grievance Process is to produce a mutually acceptable solution to the student’s complaint as soon as possible and at the lowest administrative level possible. The Student Grievance Process may apply to complaints involving financial aid, course grades, interactions with College employees, or academic dismissal from an academic program. See NPC's Student Grievance procedure and Student Grade Appeal procedure.
Academic dishonesty, academic misconduct or academic fraud is any type of cheating, plagiarism, fabrication or falsification of data, deception of an instructor by providing false information for missing an exam or deadline, or claiming to have submitted coursework. It also includes using paid services to complete an assignment or providing test answers for money as well as impersonation by assuming a student’s identity with an intent to advantage a student.
See NPC Student Code of Conduct.
Report Disruptive Behavior
NPC faculty, staff, and students should use this form for students whose behavior inhibits a faculty member’s ability to conduct class or limits other students' ability to benefit from instruction; whose conduct, speech or activity interferes with other individuals’ actions and/or the learning activities of other students in the academic environment, or whose actions inhibit college work in any office, classroom, lounge, or other college settings. See NPC Student Code of Conduct.