Student Standard of Conduct and Civility - Letter from Vice President of Student Services
Crisis Intervention Team
Members of the Crisis Intervention Team include:
The offices represented by these members are available to provide support to
students, faculty, and staff needing assistance in dealing with student behaviors and
possible violations of the student standards of conduct. Other campus personnel may
be brought in on an as-needed basis.
Student Grievance Process
From the Student Code of Conduct, Section IV:
3. STUDENT GRIEVANCE PROCESS
A. Steps in the Grievance process may include the following:
I. A student fills out the SCC, short form, “Student Grievance Form” and the LRCCD long form (Section IV – Part B)
II. A student makes an appointment with the Student Grievance Officer and is given a card showing the date/time. (Steps a. and b. can occur at the same time.) A student may leave the office to complete the paperwork and then come back to submit the forms and request an appointment.
III. A student may be seen immediately when necessary and possible, as evaluated by the Student Grievance Officer.
IV. After the initial meeting with the student, there is a meeting with the individual against whom the grievance is filed — whether that person is another student, a faculty member, or a staff member. Resolution is sought at this local level.
V. When a complaint involves sexual harassment or discrimination, while attempts are made to resolve the concern locally, District Office processes will be
Long Form (LRCCD)
Short Form (SCC)