Student Conduct Procedures
Academic Honesty and Dishonesty
Students may be disciplined for academic dishonesty. Disciplinary actions range from a verbal reprimand, to a written reprimand, to disciplinary probation, to suspension, to expulsion.
— View Academic Honesty and Dishonesty Policy.
Board Policies, Administrative Regulations and Document Resources
Non-Discrimination and Harassment Policy
The District prohibits illegal harassment including the acts of students, employees, and non-employees.
Prompt and equitable action, including appropriate disciplinary action, will be taken against any student, employee (supervisory or otherwise), or agent of the District, who engages in such conduct. The action will be prompt, effective, and commensurate with the severity of the offense.
— View Nondiscrimination and Harassment Policy.
Student Code of Conduct
Students in the South Orange County Community College District are responsible for regulating their own conduct and for respecting the rights and privileges of others. Irvine Valley College students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the function of the college as an educational institution and to respect and obey all civil and criminal laws. Failure to show respect for the standards as set forth by the South Orange County Community College District is cause for expulsion.
— View Student Code of Conduct Policy.
Student Privacy Rights
Irvine Valley College, in compliance with this law, provides students access to specified official records of their work at the college. Students have the right to challenge the content of their records including the grade they received in a class on the grounds that it is inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise inappropriate.
— View Privacy Rights Policy.
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Students at Irvine Valley College rights and responsibilities
— View Student Rights and Responsibilities Policy.