Students are expected to behave in an orderly and responsible manner. Therefore, students who are involved in such actions as physical restriction, coercion, or intimidation of any person on campus; disruption or obstruction of teaching, research, administration, disciplinary proceedings, other college activities; interference with the educational mission of the institution; or defiance of or belligerence toward any College staff member, including students acting in a supervisory capacity, will be considered in violation of this standard. Violations may result in the immediate removal of a student from class or from campus, and may lead to suspension or dismissal.
* Student Conduct Point System: Students and organizations are assessed points and sanctions for violations of Carthage policies. The point system is divided into three categories, based on the degree of severity of the infraction. Read more about the Student Conduct Point System