Individual and Classroom Rights
The College takes the individual rights of students seriously. As such, students have the right to exercise their constitutional freedoms and responsibilities without college interference. Within the classroom, students have the right to express views pertinent to the subject matter of the class in which they are enrolled, though the instructor will determine the relevancy of the subject matter. During all classroom and laboratory settings, instructors always have authority over the conduct of the class. The College will not tolerate behavior that disrupts the educational environment.