4.15.7 Removal from a Class or the College
last revised: Apr-1998
The Colleges reserves the right to remove any individual from a class or the College for the following reasons:
- For physically or verbally disrupting a class or disturbing the peace; or
- For unsatisfactory academic progress; or
- For gross misconduct or any other actions or unlawful conduct which would tend to interfere with the educational process, disrupt the normal activities of the institution, or infringe upon the rights of others while the individual is on the College premises (owned, leased, or rented) or at functions under the sponsorship of the College.