conduct

Presbyterian College is proud of its strong community of students, faculty, staff, administration, alumni, and friends.

As vital members of Presbyterian College’s community, students are expected to balance their autonomy with regard for other members of the community, and responsibility and respect for the policies and procedures of the College. These policies and procedures are intended to preserve community and foster civility and an environment that is conducive to the educational mission of the College.

As responsible members of this community, students must familiarize themselves with and abide by the tenets of the Honor Code, the Code of Responsibility, and the policies and procedures of the College. Honor, which is the foundation of Presbyterian College culture, should inform student conduct at all times.

Presbyterian College’s mission is to develop the student mentally, physically, morally, and spiritually. To support this mission, each student must adhere to the policies and procedures governing conduct, or he/she may be subject to sanctions, including separation from the College and its community. Even where sanctions are appropriate to help maintain community and civility, it remains part of the College’s goal to educate individual students and to help them grow concerning their responsibilities as members of a community.