THE STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT
- To make a report about concerning behavior or potential violations of the Student Code of Conduct, please complete an INCIDENT REPORT FORM.
An Incident Report should be completed whenever an incident occurs on campus, at the residence halls, student clinical settings, or college sponsored events on or off campus. Examples include but are not limited to personal injury, assault, vehicle or property damage, theft, bias, or disruptive behavior.
The Student Life Office also coordinates with local law enforcement in three municipalities (Saranac Lake, Malone, Ticonderoga). In reporting incidents that allege to be violent felonies, procedures for investigating these crimes are determined by the local law enforcement agencies that holds jurisdiction over the matter.
RESPONSE PLANS AND PROCEDURES
North Country Community College conducted a Sexual Violence and Prevention Campus Climate Survey in Spring 2017. The Survey was administered to students, faculty and staff.
By SUNY policy this uniform survey ascertained faculty and staff awareness of policies and resources, and student experience with and knowledge of reporting and college adjudicatory processes for sexual harassment, including sexual violence and other related crimes.
Results indicated that students, faculty and staff are generally aware of the policies and laws, and resources, however, there is an indication that more information, outreach and follow-up is needed to provide up to date information to the college community as a whole. Additional training will be provided to students, faculty and staff in Fall 2017.
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Tara Smith, Human Resources Director / Title IX Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Country Community College does not tolerate sexual harassment. Individuals are encouraged to file a report of any violence that occurs whether on or off campus. Those reporting acts of sexual violence can report anonymously but are encouraged to share as much information in order for the College to thoroughly investigate claims and provide the best possible support to reporters and/or victims.