Policy 1402 Student Admissions and Financial Aid
The President, or designee, is authorized to establish procedures for student admissions and financial aid, regardless of religion, sex, creed, national origin, race, age, and disability, consistent with Federal and State laws prohibiting discrimination in employment, and provision of education services.
Policy 1406 Approval of Programs, Degrees, and Certificates
The Board will approve all new programs, degrees and certificates offered by the College.
Policy 1410 Enrollment of High School Students
The President, or designee, is authorized to develop procedures authorizing the enrollment of high school students.
Policy 1411 Students Under High School Age
The President, or designee, is authorized to develop procedures to admit below high school age students.
Policy 1425 Deferred Payments
The Board authorizes the President or designee to allow students to defer payment of educational costs.
Policy 1430 Student Grievance Procedure
The Board authorizes the President to provide for a student grievance procedure.
Policy 1435 Appeal of Grade Procedure
The Board authorizes the President, or designee, to develop and implement procedures regulating the student appeal of grades.
Policy 1440 Student Code of Conduct
The Board authorizes the President, or designee, to establish procedures for the establishment, implementation, and enforcement of a student code of conduct.
Policy 1441 Free Expression
Per Arizona Revised Statutes §15-1866, the board requires the college to adopt and implement the following language regarding free expression:
- The primary function of an institution of higher education is the discovery, improvement, transmission and dissemination of knowledge by means of research, teaching, discussion and debate. This statement shall provide that, to fulfill this function, the university or community college must strive to ensure the fullest degree of intellectual freedom and free expression.
- It is not the proper role of an institution of higher education to shield individuals from speech protected by the first amendment, including, without limitation, ideas and opinions that may be unwelcome, disagreeable or deeply offensive.
- Students and faculty members have the freedom to discuss any problem that presents itself, as the first amendment allows and within the limits of reasonable viewpoint and content-neutral restrictions on time, place and manner of expression that are consistent with this article and that are necessary to achieve a compelling institutional interest if these restrictions are clear, are published and provide ample alternative means of expression. This statement shall specify that students and faculty members may assemble and engage in spontaneous expressive activities if those activities are not unlawful and do not materially and substantially disrupt the functioning of the university or community college.
- There is a range of disciplinary actions for a student who is subject to the jurisdiction of a university or community college and who engages in individual conduct that materially and substantially infringes on the rights of other persons to engage in or listen to expressive activity.
- In all disciplinary proceedings involving students, including proceedings involving expressive conduct, a student is entitled to a disciplinary hearing under published procedures that include, at a minimum, all of the following:
- The right to receive advanced written notice of the allegations.
- The right to review the evidence in support of the allegations.
- The right to confront witnesses who testify against that student.
- The right to present a defense.
- The right to call witnesses.
- A decision by an impartial person or panel.
- The right to appeal.
- If either a suspension of more than thirty days or expulsion is a potential consequence of a disciplinary proceeding under this section, the right to active assistance of counsel.
Policy 1445 Student Clubs & Organizations
The President, or designee, shall provide for co-curricular activities, the establishment of student clubs and organizations, and for the administration of such activities.
Policy 1457 Intercollegiate Athletics (Deleted 01/16/18)
Policy 1465 Student Liability Insurance
The President, or designee, will designate the programs and activities for which students are required to obtain specified professional liability insurance at their expense.
Policy 1470 Student Record Confidentiality
The President, or designee, shall establish procedures for the protection of confidential student records and the release of information thereon. Procedures shall be in full compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended.
Policy 1400 Student Loan Fund - Deleted 01/16/18