Instructions. Thoroughly read the entire presentation. Complete the accompanying online form, which will serve as your Advisor Signature Page.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Thoroughly read the entire presentation.
Complete the accompanying online form, which will serve as your Advisor Signature Page.
A minimum of three (3) academic calendar days prior to departure, contact the assistant to the dean of students at 972.881.5604 or firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain after hours/emergency contact information.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Dean of Students Office at your home campus. (Contact information for each Dean of Students Office can be found at the end of this presentation.)
Dean of Students Office
“We are advocates for student success within an interdependent, safe, and respectful community while upholding academic integrity and responsible behavior through a fair and consistent process.”
NOTE: It is each student’s responsibility to ensure all forms are filled out properly and returned to the appropriate office(s) before departure.
NOTE: Advisors cannot transport students in their personal vehicles. Additionally, students and advisors cannot organize and/or sanction students to carpool to events.
NOTE: It is each student’s responsibility to ensure all forms required to request an exception to travel policies are filled out properly and returned to the appropriate office(s) before departure.
Applies to all Collin College students:
disrupts the orderly process of Collin College or interferes with the lawful rights of others;
conducts himself or herself in a manner that interferes with Collin College teaching, research, administration, disciplinary procedures, or other activities and public service functions;
damages, steals, defaces, or destroys Collin College property or property belonging to a student, faculty, staff member, or campus visitor;
physically, verbally, and/or sexually assaults, threatens, abuses, harasses, retaliates, and/or endangers in any manner the health or safety of a person at Collin College, on Collin College property, or at a Collin College-sponsored activity;
violates Collin College rules, regulations, the Student Code of Conduct, procedures, and/or Board policies (e.g., parking, guidelines for student events, registration of meetings and activities, use of Collin College facilities, or the time, place, and manner of public expression);
fails to comply with directions of Collin College employees, authorized officials, and/or police acting in the performance of their duties;
K. attempts to, or possesses, manufactures, delivers, distributes, sells, purchases, uses or is under the influence ofalcoholic beverages, illegal controlled substances (as defined by federal law or in the Texas Controlled Substances Act), steroids, substances referred to as “designer drugs,” and the inappropriate or illegal use of over-the-counter medications, prescription medications, inhalants, herbal/“natural” euphoriants, look-alike products (what is represented to be any of the above-listed substances) and/or drug paraphernalia at Collin College, on Collin College property, or while attending Collin College-sponsored activities on or off campus;
participates in illegal gambling in any form, at Collin College, on Collin College property or at any Collin College-sponsored activity on or off campus;
T. engages in hazing at Collin College, on Collin College property, or at any Collin College-sponsored activity, on or off campus.