Student Code of Conduct
Bainbridge College in fulfilling its purpose and mission
must have the cooperation of each of its students.
The students at Bainbridge College must be responsible
citizens. As responsible citizens, each student
must abide by all local, State and federal laws.
In addition, Bainbridge College students must abide by
the college policies and regulations prescribed in the
Student Code of Conduct. Any student found guilty
through due process of breaking the law or of infractions
of the Student Conduct Code might have disciplinary measures
brought against him/her. Because of the faith in
the educational process found at Bainbridge College, discipline
measures are not seen as forms of punishment. Instead,
they are seen as part of the educational process used
to assist students in the development of personal, social,
and civic responsibilities. The listing of violations
found in the Student Code of Conduct should not be considered
to be all-inclusive, and are subject to change by the
University System of Georgia Board of Regents or by Bainbridge
For further information concerning the details of
the Student Code of Conduct, refer to the Student Handbook.