Calculation of Honor Points--The use of plus and minus is optional; therefore, some instructors may choose not to use them.
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Grade Point Average (GPA) Calculation
The number of credit hours granted for a grade of E or higher is indicated in the description for each course. Each hour of credit is valued in honor points according to the grade received. I and W grades are not included in the grade point average calculations.
To determine grade point average, multiply the number of honor points of each grade received by the number of hours of credit for that course. E grades need to be calculated as attempted credits, using the above formula. Next, divide the total number of honor points by the total number of credit hours earned. A GPA calculator is available online at www.grcc.edu/registrarGPA.
Students are advised that many colleges and universities compute grade point average differently. Upon transfer to one of these institutions, the student’s grade point average might be recomputed and thus be lower than the GRCC grade point average.
Students are reminded that a 2.0 grade point average is required for graduation from Grand Rapids Community College.
No grade may be changed other than the I grade after the end of the semester during which the grade was earned unless an error occurred.
Audit (V Grade)
Students may choose to receive an audit grade of V for classes in which they enroll. Students may audit a class for enjoyment, for personal exploration, for gaining insight into a new subject, or for other reasons. Audit status does not count toward full-time enrollment or graduation. The course will appear on the student’s transcript.
Students pay full tuition for classes they audit and are expected to participate in all class activities. However, they are not compelled to take tests or examinations or to write term papers, but they may do so voluntarily.
Students must declare their audit or graded status to their instructor during the first 25% of the class. Graded status may not be changed to audit status, and audit status may not be changed to graded status after this time limitation. Students may make arrangements on an individual basis with their instructor to change from audit to graded status. If they expect to do so, they must take all tests and examinations and write all assigned papers.
Withdrawal Process (W Grade)
Students may withdraw from a course and receive a W grade until the 70% date of course completion (as noted on the class roster) through the Online Center or at the Enrollment Center. After the 70% date, students may not initiate a course withdrawal or receive a W grade and the final course grade (A, B, C, D, or E) will be assigned based upon all graded and missed assignments. Instructors may not assign a W grade.
However, during the last 30% of a course, students who have a documented extenuating circumstance such as an illness or injury, or the illness, injury or death of a significant other or family member may apply for a Hardship Withdrawal through the Office of the Associate Dean of Student Success and Retention. Students may apply to withdraw from a single course or multiple courses. There is no impact on the student’s GPA for receiving a W grade in the Grand Rapids Community College grading system; however, other institutions may have different policies governing the impact of W grades on transfer student acceptance and/or their calculated GPA. In addition, W grades may have a negative impact on financial aid eligibility.
Incomplete Grades (I Grade)
An incomplete grade of I may be temporarily assigned in the event of extenuating circumstances such as illness, injury, birth of a child, death of a family member, jury duty, or other situations that are beyond the control of the student and prevent completion of the course requirements during the semester. The following requirements must be met in order to receive an incomplete grade:
The coursework up to the time of the absence has been satisfactory, and in the instructor’s judgment, the student can complete the required work without repeating the course or attending any class sessions in subsequent semesters.
Approximately 90% of the course time has elapsed or coursework has been completed as determined by the instructor.
An Incomplete Grade Form has been completed. This form will indicate the actions the student will take to finish the course, when those actions will take place (not to exceed one year), and the grade the instructor will submit (A, B, C, D, or E) should the work remain incomplete after the allotted time. Both the student and instructor will make every effort to sign the form and a copy will be provided to the student and the Student Records Office.
Once the coursework is completed or the allotted time lapsed, the instructor will make the grade change in the Online Center within 10 business days. If the course work is not completed and/or the instructor does not change the grade, the incomplete grade will default to a grade of E one year from the end date of the class. In the event of further unforeseen, extreme or unusual circumstances, a written appeal for an extension may be made to the Associate Dean of Hiring and Evaluation of the School where the course resides.
Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) requires all students to make satisfactory academic progress. Satisfactory academic progress is reviewed at the end of each semester of enrollment after a student has attempted at least 12 (cumulative) credit hours at GRCC. This policy applies to all credit students at GRCC regardless of degree status (personal interest, early/dual, non-degree, and degree), program of study, and financial aid status (recipients and non-recipients). Students in specific programs (both academic and support programs) at GRCC and students receiving financial aid and/or veterans benefits must also meet the specific academic requirements that determine continuation for these programs. Students who fall below the standards for Academic Progress will be notified and placed on probation or suspension. For more information on GRCC’s Academic Standing Policy, visit, Student Records-About Academic Standing.
Catalog Year Policy
Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) students are required to fulfill the graduation and academic program (major) requirements for the Catalog in place the semester they begin taking classes as degree-seeking students. If students change their academic program (major), they must fulfill the graduation and academic program (major) requirements for the Catalog in place the semester in which the students made the change. Students returning after an extended absence (greater than two years) from the College will be required to fulfill the graduation and academic program (major) requirements of the Catalog in place the semester they begin re-taking classes as degree-seeking students. Students may elect to fulfill the graduation and academic program (major) requirements of the Catalog in place at the time of graduation instead of being governed by the above three guidelines.
Grand Rapids Community College believes that attendance is essential to student success, and sees excessive absenteeism as a very serious matter. GRCC also believes that the classroom instructor is the best evaluator of the impact attendance may have upon student success in any given class.
Grand Rapids Community College makes no distinction between “excused” and “unexcused” absences. If students are not present in a class for which they are enrolled, they are absent, regardless of the reason.
Faculty and staff will comply with the requirements of state and federal law, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and Title IX.
Students who participate in college sponsored extra-curricular activities should discuss potential attendance conflicts with faculty members in advance. Students should understand that each faculty member’s attendance policy, as stated in the course syllabus, is the final authority on any academic consequences associated with violation of the policy. These consequences can include reductions in the overall student grade, but can not include permanent expulsion from the course (See Attendance Policy 8.8A). Consequences for not meeting attendance standards must conform to other college policies, including the Student Code of Conduct, and allow for due process when necessary. Students must understand that they are responsible for all class work missed under such circumstances and that missing class could have a negative impact on student learning.
Course Credit Hour Definition
A credit hour gives value to an amount of work represented in intended learning outcomes and verified by evidence of student achievement of those outcomes. A credit hour requires a minimum of one hour of direct faculty instruction and two hours of out-of-class student work each week for the equivalent of fourteen weeks. Many academic experiences are integral to courses or programs because they allow students to practice and apply their learning in the laboratory, studio or workplace. Each of these requires additional contact hours to earn a credit hour
Course Credit Hour Policy
Students may repeat courses. Both the original course grade and the repeated course grade are entered into the student’s permanent record. Credit hours for graduation are recorded only once. If a student repeats a course, the transcript will show both grades, but will use only the credits and grade points associated with the higher grade for GPA computation.
Grade reports are available to the student at the end of each semester and are accessible through the Online Center. Students needing assistance accessing their grades online may contact the Student Technology Help Desk. Student Records–Office of the Registrar will mail grades upon request. Transcripts, grade reports, and diplomas will not be distributed to students who have unpaid financial obligations to the College and other similar holds.
GRCC Generated Graduation Policy
Students will automatically be awarded the degrees and certificates that they earn at GRCC. Students will have the opportunity to decline these credentials.
Generated Graduation Policy
Mandatory College Learning Success – CLS 100
Beginning Winter 2014, all students new to GRCC with a high school GPA of less than 3.0, who are enrolled in a degree-seeking program, are required to complete a college learning success course, either PY 97 (Strategies for College & Life Success for students with two or more developmental placements) or CLS 100 (Introduction to College: New Student Experience). Students not placing into PY 97 who possess a mastery of the content offered in CLS 100 may attempt a Challenge Exam for CLS 100. Passing this exam will exempt a student from the course and provide them with 2 credits by examination. Students must complete the course requirement their first semester at GRCC. A degree-seeking student who has already successfully completed 12 or more credits of college-level courses at another college or university or has received GRCC transfer credit for these courses will not be required to complete CLS 100 or PY 97.
GRCC students whose placement scores indicate that they need developmental coursework (in English, Math, or Reading) will be required to enroll in and pass that coursework before taking college-level English and Math courses, and other specified college-level courses.
Mandatory Placement Policy
Mandatory Student Orientation
All students new to GRCC who are seeking a degree or certificate are required to attend a mandatory New Student Academic and Financial Advising session prior to enrollment in courses. Excluded from this policy are students who transfer in 12 credits taken at another college. New students who enter with a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher will have the option to participate in an online version of the New Student Academic and Financial Advising program. An appeal may be made to participate in the online version if the student has extenuating circumstances and cannot attend the in person event (e.g. currently deployed in the military, only taking classes at a distance, etc.). These appeals need to be submitted in writing to the Director of Admissions and Enrollment.
Mandatory Student Orientation Policy
Max Student Credit Hour Load Per Semester
Students who want to enroll in more than 18 credit hours in a semester must get permission from the appropriate Associate Dean (e.g. the AD for Faculty Evaluation and Hiring in the School which houses the student’s program or the course which takes the student over 18 credits).
Max Student Credit Hour Policy
Minimum Institutional Credit Policy
Associate Degree - To be awarded an Associate’s Degree from Grand Rapids Community College, students must have earned a minimum of 15 credits through college-level course work within their program of study at GRCC.
Certificate - To be awarded a Certificate from Grand Rapids Community College, students must have earned a minimum of eight (8) credits through college-level course work within their program of study at GRCC.
*This policy does not apply to consortium agreements.
Minimum Institutional Credit Policy
The college recognizes that there are instances where students may require additional degrees for employment or for personal growth and satisfaction. Multiple degrees may be granted when requirements in this section are met.
A. Students may earn only one transfer degree (Associate of Arts and Associate of Science).
B. The Associate of General Studies degree may not be earned as an additional degree.
C. Subsequent associate degree(s) must each include a minimum of an additional 15 unique semester credit hours earned at GRCC.
D. Degree and program requirements for the additional degree will be based on the catalog that is in effect when the student officially elects the new degree and/or program.
E. No additional degree will be granted in the same program or curriculum in which the first degree was earned.
Multiple Associate Degrees Policy
Prerequisites are courses or other activities (such as taking a placement test or getting department consent) that must be completed before a student can enroll in a class. Prerequisites are a necessary foundation for student success. Therefore, GRCC may prevent a student from taking a class if the prerequisites have not been met. If you have questions about prerequisites at GRCC, please visit grcc.edu/prerequisites.
Prior Learning Assessment
Prior Learning Assessment is an alternative approach for analyzing prior learning in a non-academic setting and to grant credit for that learning in a non-academic setting.
Prior Learning Policy
Seminar Course Definition
A seminar course focuses on a topic that is not included and/or studied in depth in the discipline’s regular course offerings. In a seminar course, a group of students work with a faculty member to study this special topic. A seminar course topic is not intended to become a regular course in a curriculum. The purpose is to provide a unique opportunity for a group of students and a faculty member to explore a special or new topic. The topics of seminar courses in a discipline will typically not be routinely repeated.
Policy on Numbering of Seminar Courses: Seminar courses are designated by the following numbers: 291 (one credit hour seminar), 292 (two credit hour seminar), 293 (three credit hour seminar), 294 (four credit hour seminar). The particular topic of the Seminar must be included in the Seminar title.
Policy on Limits for Students: Students may not use more than twelve (12) credits of a combination of Seminar and Independent Study courses toward the fulfillment of the requirements for any associate’s degree. Further, no more than two (2) credits of the twelve may be in Independent Study courses. Students also should be aware that Seminar and Independent Study courses may not be accepted by a transfer college.
Seminar Course Policy
Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) abides by transfer policies created by the governing bodies of the institution, in accordance with all federal compliance guidelines. GRCC Transfer Polices incorporate policies regarding credit awarded from accredited institutions, foreign institutions, experiential learning and non-traditional adult learning programs. GRCC offers full disclosure of all transfer policies. All GRCC Transfer Policies contain a statement of criteria established by the institution regarding transfer of credit earned at another institution.
Transfer credit is awarded for:
1. Courses from appropriately recognized institutions
2. Courses with grades of “C” or higher (Transfer Policy only)
3. 100 – 300 Level courses
GRCC Campus Policies
Americans with Disabilities Act
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibit discrimination with respect to individuals with disabilities. Any student, employee or staff who believes he or she has been discriminated against on the basis of disability should immediately bring the problem to the attention of the person(s) so designated under this procedure.
Grand Rapids Community College is committed to providing appropriate accommodations for students and staff with disabilities in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
GRCC’s Disability Support Services provides academic support to qualified students with documented disabilities. Any student requesting an academic accommodation must schedule a meeting with Disability Support Services and provide documentation of disability and to complete the appropriate paperwork.
- GRCC, through Disability Support Services, has the responsibility to provide every qualified student with a disability the following:
- Equal access to educational and co-curricular programs, services, activities, and facilities available throughout the college.
- Reasonable and effective accommodations, academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary aids, determined on a case-by-case basis.
- Confidentiality of academic and disability information, except as required by law or with the written permission of the student.
Faculty or staff requiring accommodations should discuss their needs with their supervisor and/or Human Resources Generalist. The Office of the General Counsel and/or the Director of Accessibility will serve as a resource to all parties during this process. In most cases, the employee will be asked to submit documentation of the qualifying disability and requested accommodations in writing. Documentation of the qualifying disability should be from the medical practitioner who diagnosed the disability or who is providing care related to the disability. In reviewing requests for ADA accommodations, every effort will be made to keep all communications confidential.
The following coordinators have been designated to carry out responsibilities under the ADA:
- Director of Equal Opportunity Compliance; Mable Engle, (616) 234-2120
- Disability Support Services Coordinator, Room 368, Student Center, (616) 234-4142.
- Director of Facilities, 225 Bostwick Avenue NE, (616) 234-3950
Campus Crime Report
The Annual Security Report which contains three years worth of crime data, crime reporting processes, and safety procedures can be found at http://grcc.edu/securityreport
Children in the Classroom and on Campus
1. Classroom Policy
GRCC prohibits bringing children to class and/or leaving them unattended on campus, such as halls, the library, the student center, or computer labs.
2. Campus Policy
Children accompanying visitors, employees, or students of Grand Rapids Community College must be under the constant supervision of a responsible adult while on GRCC property or on the site of any approved off-campus class or other GRCC event.
Children in the Classroom & on Campus Policy
Comprehensive Outcomes/Student Right to Know Reporting
Institutional Graduation/Completion and Transfer-out Rates
Grand Rapids Community College is pleased to provide the following information regarding the college’s graduation/completion and transfer-out rates. The information is provided in compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, as amended. Complete student outcomes data can be seen at our website and are updated annually. See: About Us-Student Consumer Information-Student Outcomes at http://cms.grcc.edu/about-us/student-consumer-information.
Questions about GRCC’s Student Outcomes data should be directed to:
Mark Champion, Information Analyst
Institutional Research and Planning
Concealed Weapons Policy
Possession or use of firearms, explosives or weapons or anything that is intended to be construed as a weapon is not permitted on College property.
Consumer Information may be obtained through the website at www.grcc.edu/aboutus/studentconsumerinformation
“Copyright is a constitutionally conceived property right, which is designed to promote the progress of science and the useful arts by securing for an author the benefits of his or her original work of authorship for a limited time. This statute balances the author’s interest against the public interest in dissemination and reproduction of information” (as stated in the GRCC Copyright Policy). This means that unless you wrote it, painted it, created it, etc., it is against the law for you to claim any part of an article, Web site, sculpture, movie, dance, etc., as your own work. If you want to use some part of another person’s work, you must give him/her credit for that content. In some cases, you must get permission from the copyright holder.
Criminal Background Checks
While the college does not run criminal background checks on all students, we have a number of secondary admission processes, program requirements, practicum experiences and/or involvement opportunities that will require a background check for admission/acceptance.
Criminal Background Check Policy
Equal Employment Opportunity
(616) 234-3169 or (616) 234-2120
Grand Rapids Community College creates an inclusive learning and working environment that recognizes the value and dignity of each person.
It is the policy and practice of GRCC to provide equal educational and employment opportunities regardless of age, race, color, religion, marital status, sex/gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, height, weight, national origin, disability, political affiliation, familial status, veteran status or genetics in all programs, activities, services, employment and advancement including admissions to, access to, treatment in, or compensation in employment as required by state and federal law.
GRCC is committed to reviewing all aspects of GRCC programs, activities, services and employment, including recruitment, selection, retention and promotion to identify and eliminate barriers in order to prevent discrimination on the basis of the listed protected characteristics.
The college will not tolerate any form of retaliation against any person for bringing charges of discrimination or participating in an investigation.
The Ethics Monitoring System has been designed to provide students, staff, and members of the community with multiple means of reporting concerns regarding possible ethics violations. Every person has a responsibility to report facts giving rise to possible ethics violations to enable the college to conduct a prompt investigation and implement a timely and appropriate response. Examples of ethics concerns include but are not limited to the following:
• Use of college position or college resources for personal gain
• Actions that place the college at risk
• Sexual Harassment
• Misuse of College Resources
• Gross Misrepresentation
GRCC is committed to investigate and resolve all complaints. Any student may file a complaint. Complaints will be dealt with in confidence unless the circumstances are such that a formal investigation is required.
To report ethics concerns:
· Contact the GRCC Ethics Hotline at (616) 234-3169
· Report information to the Human Resources Department (ext. 3971)
· Report the incident to Campus Police (ext. 4010)
· Report incidents regarding students to any of the above or the Student Conduct Office (ext. 3449)
· Send a written statement of facts to the Office of the General Counsel
· Contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Office (ext. 2120)
GRCC Ethics Monitoring System Brochure
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Notification to Students of Rights
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their educational records.
- The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within 45 days of the day the College receives a request for access. Students should submit to the Student Records Office written requests which identify the record(s) they wish to inspect. The College will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the College official to whom the request was submitted, that official shall advise the student of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed.
- The right to request the amendment of the student’s education record that the student believes is inaccurate or misleading. The student should write the College official responsible for the record, clearly identify the part of the record he or she wants changed; and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the College decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, the College will notify the student of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the student when notified of the right to a hearing.
- The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception, which permits disclosure without consent, is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by the College in an administrative, supervisory, academic, research, or support staff position (including law enforcement unit personnel and health staff); a person or company with whom the College has contracted (such as the National Student Clearinghouse, an attorney, auditor, or collection agency); a person serving on the Board of Trustees; or a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility as determined by the Provost/Executive Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs.
- The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by Grand Rapids Community College to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA is:
Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, DC 20202-4605
Directory Information is information not generally considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. It includes:
- Name, address, telephone listing, e-mail address
- Student status: Part-time/full-time; freshman/sophomore
- Major field of study
- Weight and height of athletes
- Most recent previous school attended
- Date and place of birth
- Participation in officially recognized activities and sports
- Dates of attendance, degrees, date of graduation and awards
A student’s right to opt out of directory information disclosure under FERPA does not include the right to refuse to wear or disclose a student ID card or badge.
Further disclosures by state and local educational authorities are now allowed without student’s consent on behalf of the institutions that provided the personally identifiable information.
Stop Form for Information Release
The College may release Directory Information to other educational institutions about students who are on the graduation list. Students who do not wish this information released must fill out the Directory Information STOP form. See grcc.edu/privacy for more information on the form and FERPA.
The College is committed to providing an academic and work environment that respects the dignity of individuals and groups. All forms of unlawful harassment are contrary to basic standards of acceptable conduct between individuals. For purposes of this policy, harassment means unlawful conduct related to a protected status which is prohibited under state and federal law or College Policy. Harassment is prohibited by state and federal law, as well as this policy, and will not be tolerated.
The College shall be free of all forms of harassment in all of its educational programs and activities. All employees and students have the right to learn and work in an environment free from harassment.
This policy applies to all aspects of the academic and work environment including, but not limited to, classroom conditions, grades, academic standing, employment opportunities, scholarships, recommendations, disciplinary actions, and participation in any community college activity. In addition, this policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, disciplinary action, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, training opportunities and compensation.
Medical Withdrawal Policy
Grand Rapids Community College is committed to supporting students in achieving success in their intellectual and extracurricular endeavors. When documented illness or injury prevents a student from successfully meeting the requirements of his or her course of study, it is the College’s policy to consider requests for withdrawal from the College to enable the student to regain his/her health. Contact the Associate Dean of Retention Services at 234-4839 or 347 Student Center.
Right to Use Photographs
Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) reserves the right to use photographs, taken either in class or on the GRCC campus, of GRCC students and/or their art, in perpetuity for the purposes of instruction, advertising and promotion of GRCC and its programs. Students, or parents of students who are minors, who do not wish to comply with this policy must notify the Student Records Office in writing when they register.
Members of the college community, guests and visitors have the right to be free from all forms of gender and sex-based discrimination, examples of which include acts of sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual exploitation and stalking. All members of the campus community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others. This policy prohibits any sexual activity that does not have the clear consent of all parties involved.
GRCC will provide appropriate programming to promote the awareness of sexual misconduct for all employees and incoming students. This program will include information regarding safe and positive options for bystander intervention and information on risk reduction.
Sexual Misconduct Policy
GRCC will abide by applicable state and federal laws related to allowing Service Animals on campus. GRCC will allow Service Animals who meet Service Animal Training Requirements to accompany people with disabilities in all areas of the facility where the public is normally allowed to go. GRCC will appropriately modify any policies, practices, or procedures which may prevent an individual from utilizing a Service Animal, unless to do so would fundamentally alter the nature of the service or program GRCC is providing or would be a violation of a legitimate safety requirement. GRCC will respect the privacy of individuals using Service Animals, and will limit inquiry to the Permissible Questions described in the policy.
Service Animal Policy
Student Code of Conduct
The mission of the Student Code of Conduct Office is to promote and maintain a civil learning environment by holding students accountable to the expectations of the College. Through the management of the Code of Conduct, we educate students in support of their success in order to foster a respectful community.
GRCC expects students to be responsible, respectful, civil adults and the Code of Conduct exists to help maintain the learning environment on campus.
All enrolled students are held responsible for the Code of Conduct. We suggest all students make themselves familiar with these expectations.
Code of Conduct Policy
Student Email Policy
Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) provides an email service for all students to use. Upon enrollment, GRCC students are required to use this college issued account for all GRCC email correspondences (sending and receiving). This email account will be used for official notification by the college related to matters such as, but not limited to, financial aid, registration, and payments. The college will not respond to emails that are sent from current students’ personal email accounts.
Student Email Policy
Tobacco Free Environment
Effective November 20, 2008, Grand Rapids Community College became Tobacco Free. GRCC is committed to protecting the health of students, staff, faculty and guests by prohibiting the use and/or sale of tobacco products on all GRCC properties. No person shall use, chew, smoke or sell tobacco products at any time or in any place on GRCC properties, including sidewalks within the boundaries of any GRCC campus. This policy shall extend to all properties owned, operated, leased or maintained by GRCC, including all Regional Centers, M-TEC properties, Learning Corner properties, the McCabe-Marlowe House, parking lots and ramps, including inside personal vehicles and Grand Rapids Community College vehicles. Tobacco products include tobacco used for any purpose including but not limited to: cigar, cigarette, and pipe smoking, and smokeless tobacco. Students shall not use, chew, smoke or sell tobacco products at any time while subject to the jurisdiction of the GRCC Student Code of Conduct.
Transgender Equal Opportunity
GRCC is committed to a College culture that respects and values all students and employees, and fosters understanding of gender identity within the College community. All students and employees will adhere to procedures established in connection with this policy to ensure a safe working and learning environment, free of discrimination and harassment, which promotes the educational and social well being of transgender students and employees.
Transgender Equal Opportunity Policy