CCIC  Student Code of Conduct

Coolum Christian International College  deems that each   student   has   the   right    to   receive   justice,   recognition of endeavour, personal acceptance, privacy, courtesy and the opportunity to develop individually. Each student involved with Coolum Christian International College needs  to  feel  secure  and  free  from  abuse,  harassment  and danger  and that  his/her  personal  property  and  the  College  property  and  equipment will   be secure and well regarded.

Prohibited Conduct:

  • Verbal abuse including profane or offensive language or actions, physical or sexual assault or harassment, intimidation, bullying, extortion or other dangerous behaviour
  • Misconduct including fraud, theft, and/or engaging in any action that causes imminent and serious risk to the health and safety of a person, property, or the reputation of CCIC.  If damage of property occurs, restoration, repair or replacement will be required  at  the CEO’s discretion
  • Possession or use of weapons
  • Use or distribution of alcohol or unlawful drugs while on College property, including being under the influence of the same while on the property

Dress Code / Personal Hygiene process

  • All students are expected to dress modestly, being sensitive to the variety of cultural moral standards.   If  a student presents with inappropriate clothing, they will be required to report to the CEO before entering class
  • It is the responsibility of each student to maintain a level of personal hygiene that is sensitive to the needs of the other students in order to minimize disruptions in the learning environment.  This encompasses all areas of  hygiene such as physical appearance, body odour and dental hygiene

Students are expected to turn off their mobile phones during classes and while in study areas.  All students are expected to adhere to the reasonable directions of the College staff.  Coolum Christian International College reserves the right to dismiss or suspend students from class at its discretion for negligence of this Code of Conduct.

Policies and Procedures

Important Information

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