- Discipline issues should be dealt with promptly and should not be allowed to ruin the learning environment for others. Remember that you are in charge, and that your authority should not be undermined. You can ask a disruptive student to leave your classroom for two consecutive class periods, but you need to immediately contact Tzoler Oukayan, the Dean of Student Affairs (Interim) (ext. 5594). Further action toward dismissing the student from your class needs to be initiated by his office. If you have a disruptive student whom you feel is posing a danger, contact campus police (ext. 4000 or (818)551-5205). Please keep your Division Chair informed of such incidents.
- In the event of a cheating incident in your class, please review the GCC Academic Honesty Policy. “Cheating incidents have to be reported to the Vice President of Instruction and will become part of the Glendale College Cheating Incident file, unless the instructor finds compelling reasons not to report a violation. Be aware: no action is taken by the Vice President on the first incidence, so please report every incident. On a second occurrence, the Vice President of Instruction may then impose sanctions authorized by Administrative Regulation 5420. The sanctions include, but are not limited to, issuing a reprimand, suspending the student for up to ten days of instruction, and/or requesting a hearing by the Campus Judicial Board to see if the student should be suspended or permanently expelled from the college.”