Students enrolled in Beaufort County Community
College (BCCC) are expected to conduct
themselves as responsible adults. Failure to do so may result in
expulsion. The campus police will make
initial investigations of all breaches of proper conduct and
violations of state, federal, and
local law that jeopardize the academic mission of the College.
All incidents will be referred to the
Vice President of Student Services for review and disposal. Sanctions will
be imposed on the student by the Dean
of Student Services if necessary. This does not exempt the student from facing criminal prosecution by the
campus police for violations of law on campus property. The Vice President of Student Services will
conduct a thorough investigation of
all matters referred by the campus police as a result of
information obtained in the initial
investigation. The campus police will make initial
investigations of the following
1. Interruption of or interference with normal
operations of the College,
2. Destruction, damage, or misuse of College
3. Possession, use, or distribution of alcoholic
beverages, illegal drugs, or weapons,
4. Physical abuse of another person,
5. Abusive language,
6. Theft of anotherís property, and
7. Any other violation of College rules,
regulations, and policies pertaining to conduct issues; as well as any other violation of state,
federal, and local law not listed
8. When there is an articulable, imminent, and significant threat to the student or other individuals.
9. Any other violation of College rules, regulations, and policies pertaining to conduct issues; as well as any other violation of state, federal, and local law not listed above.
Individuals having questions may contact Rick Anderson, Vice President of Student Services at 252-940-6417.