This webpage contains some of the regulations, rights, and responsibilities that all students in the Maricopa Community College District need to know. View the complete MCCCD Administrative Regulations document.
This section describes the type of behaviors/acts that constitute academic misconduct, sanctions for violation of the policy, and the appeal process.
This section covers class attendance requirements, official absences, and religious holidays.
This section outlines the rules regarding children on campus.
This section provides a step by step guide of the student complaint (grievance) process for instructional issues such as grades, assignments, and other course-related issues.
This section provides a step by step guide of the student complaint resolution process for non-instructional issues not related to grades, assignments or other course-related concerns.
This section outlines the parameters of romantic/amorous and/or sexual relationships between Maricopa Community College employees and students (18 years or older) currently enrolled at one of the community colleges as well as the procedures for disclosure.
This section provides information on the course withdrawal process.
This section provides information on previous college credit earned another institution and/or via assessment methods.
This section outlines the process for filing an informal or formal discrimination complaint. Complaints may be brought under this procedure for discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy and sexual harassment), sexual orientation, age, Vietnam-era veteran status, and physical or mental disability.
This page is the discrimination complaint form.
This section lists the rules, regulations, and sanctions for use of alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs on Maricopa Community Colleges premises.
This section outlines the rules on hazing activities on and off Maricopa Community Colleges’ premises.
This section contains information on parking and traffic regulations for employees and students.
This section outlines the placement testing process and procedures.
This section provides information on the refund policy for students who officially withdraw from credit and non-credit classes, cancelled classes, refund exceptions, and the refund appeal process.
MCC Process and Appeal Forms
Information about Title IX and Preventing Sexual Harassment are also available at the link below:
This section lists the guidelines regarding the use and/or sale of tobacco products on Maricopa Community Colleges premises.
This section delineates the standards of conduct that is expected of all students, sanctions, and the student code of conduct hearing process.
This section provides information on the accommodation application process for students with disabilities.
This section provides information on the taping of instructors lectures.
This section outlines acceptable and non-acceptable use of Maricopa Community Colleges Technology Resources including but not limited to, desktop and laptop systems, printers, central computing facilities, District-wide or college-wide networks, local-area networks, telephones, facsimile machines, scanners, access to the Internet, electronic mail and similar electronic information.
This section provides information on the process for transfer of college credit earned at another institution(s).
This section lists the services and eligibility requirements for educational benefits for students who are U.S. Military Veterans.
This section outlines the rules and regulations regarding weapons on Maricopa Community Colleges premises.
This section defines what type of behaviors/acts constitute workplace violence and the sanctions for violation of the policy.
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