Campus Policies

Lorain County Community College

Campus Policies

LCCC's goal is excellence in education and scholarly pursuit. Campus policies assist in meeting this goal through the protection of health, safety, welfare, and property of the College and its students, and also preserving and providing an intellectual atmosphere and opportunity for all members of the College community to attain their educational objectives.

In attempting to meet these goals, the College Board of Trustees seeks to regulate the use of the grounds, buildings, equipment, and facilities of the College, as well as seeks to provide for the appropriate and orderly conduct of students, staff, faculties, and visitors for both campus and College-sponsored off-campus activities. The Board has adopted standards of conduct for students and visitors to the campus, the violation of which may result in suspension from classes, expulsion from the College, and/or ejection from College property of persons who violate regulations.

Statement of Nondiscrimination

The College shall practice no discrimination in recruitment, hiring, retention, or conditions of employment; that is, all procedures and all actions in these areas shall be conducted on the basis of ability, training, and experience, without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, child-bearing status, age, handicap, or sexual orientation, except in situations in which an infirmity prevents adequate performance of a specific job in which the College must comply with requirements for retirement plans or with other restrictions mandated by state or federal laws.




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