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4. Dress. GTCC expects all students to dress in a manner in keeping with the serious academic intent of the college and acceptable to the community. In keeping with the mission to prepare students for success in the workforce, students are expected to dress appropriately within the generally accepted bounds of good taste. The college respects individual style and creativity as long as students dress in a manner which is not disruptive or distracting to the educational environment and conforms to the expectations and standards of the professional community. Inappropriate clothing: o Clothing that displays nudity or implied nudity, profanity, or violence o Sagging or low cut pants (no skin and undergarments exposed) o Deeply low-cut shirts/blouses o Shirts/blouses with midriffs showing 5. Respect. All individuals are expected to maintain mutual respect in the learning environment. Respectful Learning Environments Exclude: o Inappropriate or offensive commentary or body language regarding the course, the instructor, assignments, or fellow students. o The use of cell phones, beepers, and other personal communication devices upon entering class. Individuals may not receive or send telephone calls, text messages, or pages during class. o Side conversations as they are disruptive. o Working on outside activities while in class including homework for other courses or personal activities. P a g e | 7
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o Transaction of personal business with the instructor other than before or after class. o Wearing strong scents (perfume, aftershave, etc.) of any kind as others may be allergic to them. o Using Internet access for other than valid, academic purposes that are related to the course. 6. Absences/Attendance. To sustain a Learning College environment, students are expected to attend all classes unless officially excused. Students should inform the instructor in advance if they know they are going to miss a class and must take responsibility for getting missed assignments from other students. Students should not expect to make up work, such as unannounced quizzes or tests, after an unexcused absence. Instructors are not responsible for re-teaching the material students miss because of an unexcused absence. Students are expected to remain in a class the entire time. Individuals should not enter the class late or leave early. Rare exceptions may be excused, particularly under emergency circumstances, but students should be prepared to explain tardiness to the instructor after class. Likewise, the need to leave early should be explained to the instructor before a class. 7. Guests. In the interest of safety, children should not be left unattended in public areas. Only persons registered for a course and listed on the attendance roster may attend class in any learning environment. All college personnel have the authority and responsibility to ensure these guidelines are followed. Students who fail to adhere to the guidelines listed could be subject to disciplinary and/or legal action.
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