Student Conduct

ECC students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that promotes and maintains an educational environment conducive to learning and collegiality. The College has established reasonable standards of behavior for students and reserves the right to take actions, including suspension and expulsion, against any student whose conduct deemed unacceptable.


The College Code of Conduct Committee, comprised of students, faculty, and staff, reviews behavioral grievances brought by a member of the college community against a student and renders a recommendation of action to the Dean of the Student Affairs. Detailed information about the College Code of Student Conduct may be found in the LIFELINE Student Handbook.