Disruptive Behavior

Disruptive behavior is any behavior that, in the instructor’s judgment, interferes with the ability to conduct the class or the students’ ability to benefit from the learning environment. Students having emotional or mental disorders who may be considered disabled and who are protected under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 are expected to follow the same standards of conduct as any student.

Faculty members are responsible for managing the classroom environment. Faculty should exercise their best judgment in setting standards of conduct for their courses and take a reasonable approach in responding to classroom disruptions.

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04/26/2019 - 18:13