Terms and Conditions
Non-student auditors are expected to adhere to the student conduct policies listed in the College’s publications. This terms and conditions list those policies for ease of access. The College reserves the right to remove a non-student auditor for any reason, including violation of any of the below policies.
Student Conduct Policies
All Central Penn College students, faculty, staff, and college community members are expected to uphold the highest standard of academic integrity. Any act of academic dishonesty including, but not limited to, plagiarism, misrepresentation, corruption, cheating, or fraudulence, are subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment, expulsion from the College, or termination of a contract.
Adherence to Central Penn College Policies and Procedures
All Central Penn College students, faculty, staff, and college community members, must abide by all policies and procedures published by Central Penn College. These policies and procedures are contained within the following references: Faculty Handbook, Employee Handbook, Catalog, Residence Life Handbook, Program Handbook and Central Penn College Website. Note: Unless otherwise indicated, the aforementioned documents refer to the most current published version.
Adherence to External Requirements and Policies by Governing Bodies
Based upon professional memberships, an external governing body may supersede and/or augment certain aspects of the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics. Any Central Penn College student, faculty, staff, or college community member in this situation is not only responsible to adhere to policies and procedures defined by the governing body, but is also responsible to represent themselves as a member of the Central Penn College community in accordance with the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics.
Classroom Disruption Policy
Faculty members may dismiss a student from the classroom if he/she performs the following actions:
- Displays verbal or disruptive behavior that inhibits the professor’s ability to facilitate a class.
- Creates an atmosphere not conducive to learning.
- Infringes on harassment policies set forth in this catalog.
Compliance with Laws and Regulations
Any Central Penn College student, faculty, staff, or college community member representing the College must transact college business in compliance with all federal, state, and/or local laws and regulations related to their positions and areas of responsibility. All individuals representing the College should recognize that noncompliance may have adverse financial and other consequences for themselves and the College. Individuals are responsible for monitoring and understanding changes in laws and regulations related to their areas of responsibility.
Central Penn College students, faculty, staff, and college community members may be privy to confidential information. All confidential information should be protected by safeguarding it when in use, storing it properly when not in use, and discussing it only with those who have a legitimate business need to know. A current or past employee should never release any confidential information without clearance from the College.
Conflict of Interest
Central Penn College students, faculty, staff, and college community members should avoid situations that create or appear to create conflicts between their personal interests and the interests of the College. Decisions made by Central Penn College students, faculty, staff, and college community members should promote the best interests of the College.
Central Penn College believes that diversity is critical to success. Central Penn is committed to include the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool within its community. Success at Central Penn is based on performance. Central Penn is also committed to fair employment and enrollment practices and nondiscrimination laws.
Drugs and Alcohol Use
Central Penn College strictly forbids the use of illegal drugs, drugs that impair an individual’s ability to conduct college business, and alcohol in all college locations and property.
Central Penn College students, faculty, staff, and college community members are responsible for conducting themselves ethically, honestly, and with integrity. They should act with due recognition of their positions of trust and loyalty to the College, and demonstrate Central Penn’s brand personality traits in all contacts. Central Penn students, faculty, staff, and college community members must strive at all times and all places to maintain the highest standards of quality and integrity.
Harassment and Intimidation
Central Penn College prohibits harassment or intimidation at all Central Penn locations. Harassment and intimidation includes but is not limited to, bullying and unwelcomed verbal, written, physical, and/or graphic conduct by or against any Central Penn students, faculty, staff and college community members. Harassment and intimidation of any kind, including actions based on a person’s race, sex, color, creed, religion, national/ethnic origin, age, handicap, and/or sexual orientation is considered a violation.
Health and Safety
Central Penn College is committed to the health and safety of all students, faculty, staff, and college community members. This includes, but is not limited to, conducting activities with necessary permits, approvals, and controls. It is the responsibility of all Central Penn students, faculty, staff, and college community members to be familiar with all health and safety rules, regulations, and policies that apply to them including the handling and disposal of hazardous materials and waste.
All faculty and staff have authority over students therefore it is inappropriate for faculty or staff to have sexual, intimate, or romantic relationships with students. It is inappropriate for faculty or staff to have sexual, intimate, or romantic relationships with any other member of the College, when the individual has, or appears to have, authority over the other individual or the relationship could result in a conflict of interest for conducting college business as a result of their respective positions in the College. This is a violation of the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics even if both individuals agree to the personal relationship.
Central Penn College provides technology resources to use for College business. It is the responsibility of all Central Penn students, faculty, staff, and college community members to adhere to defined Technology policies and procedures on and off of Central Penn’s locations including cyberspace.