Policies & Procedures
ARTICLE II - ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
(Referenced in the Rules of the Community College Senate, Section VII and in the Rules of the Technical College Senate, Section VII).
The following information is available on the BSCTC Homepage: www.Bigsandy.kctcs.edu go to Current Students and under Right to Know click on Student Code of Conduct. Paper copies of all the documents listed under Right to Know are also available upon request at the Admissions Office or Library on the Mayo, Pikeville and Prestonsburg Campuses.
2.1 Academic Honesty Policy
2.2 Academic Rights of Students
2.2.1 Information about course content
2.2.2 Information about course grading criteria
2.2.3 Contrary opinion
2.2.4 Academic evaluation
2.2.5 Academic records
2.2.6 Evaluation of student character and ability
2.3 Student Academic Offenses and Academic Sanctions
2.3.1 KCTCS Academic Offenses
22.214.171.124 Student Co-Responsibility
126.96.36.199 Misuse or Student Falsification of Academic Records
2.3.2 Academic Sanctions/Penalties of Students 188.8.131.52 Other Academic Sanctions
2.4 Student Appeals and Responsibilities
2.4.1 Student Responsibilities
184.108.40.206 Responsibility Involving Academic Rights of Students (section 2.0)
Please refer to flowchart: Appeals in Cases of an Alleged Violation of Student Academic Rights Figure 1) 220.127.116.11 Responsibility Involving Academic Offenses (section 2.3) When a student is believed to be guilty of any of the four academic offenses (18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124), a student will find information concerning responsibilities of college personnel in section 2.5.2.
ARTICLE III - NON-ACADEMIC DISCIPLINARY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
3.1 General Regulations Concerning Student Behavior
3.2 Disciplinary Offenses
3.3 Penalties and Sanctions
3.5 The Procedures
3.5.1 The Role of the Chief Executive Officer in Student Disciplinary Matters
3.5.2 The College Judicial Board
126.96.36.199 Eligibility Requirements
188.8.131.52 The Appointment Process
184.108.40.206 Terms of Office
220.127.116.11 Temporary Appointments to the Judicial Board
3.5.3 The College Appeals Board
18.104.22.168 Jurisdiction on Cases of Disciplinary Offenses
22.214.171.124 Disposition of cases of Disciplinary Offenses
126.96.36.199 Composition of the College Appeals Board
188.8.131.52 Authority of the KCTCS Board of Regents in Cases Involving Suspension or Expulsion of a Student
3.6 Temporary Sanctions
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Students with disabilities: If you are in need of an accommodation because of a documented disability, you are required to register with Disability Support Services each semester.
Leslie M. Bays
Coordinator for Disability Support Services
Student Center Room 103
Phone: (606) 886-7391; Toll-free 888-641-4132, ext. 67391;
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