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TVCC Admissions Office

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Weese Building - (541) 881-5792

Treasure Valley Community College (TVCC) resolves to provide an atmosphere conducive to academic success and campus involvement without external pressure, interference or disturbance. Students have the responsibility to obey and follow College policy and procedures, federal and state statutes and city ordinances, to respect the rights of others, to fulfill academic requirements of their courses, to contribute to a positive, productive learning environment at the College, and to take responsibility for personal decisions and conduct. The following rights and responsibilities apply to all registered students.

The prescribed document adopted by the Board of Education as an Administrative Regulation is the "Students Rights, Freedoms and Responsibilities," (SRF&R) policy that should be exercised responsibly by students, staff, administration and faculty at Treasure Valley Community College.

The basic purpose of the Student Rights, Freedoms, and Responsibilities Administrative Regulation is to:

  1. Recognize fundamental provisions for student rights and freedoms in an academic setting.
  2. Identify student responsibilities and conduct guidelines while clarifying the process for resolution to alleged violations.

Students enrolled at Treasure Valley Community College satellite centers will enjoy the same rights and responsibilities as the students at the Ontario campus and must comply with the Student Rights, Freedoms, and Responsibilities and follow the same guidelines established herein.

Copies of the Student Rights, Freedoms, and Responsibilities may be obtained online at TVCC's Student Right to Know webpage or at the Student Services office of Treasure Valley Community College located at 650 College Blvd. Ontario, OR 97914. Copies of the Student Rights, Freedoms, and Responsibilities at satellite sites are located at the main service area at the respective sites.