Equal Opportunity

Policy 1200 and Regulation 1210
The College is committed to providing equal opportunity in all areas of education, recruiting, hiring, retention, promotion, and contracted service. The College further commits itself to the policy that there shall be no unlawful discrimination against any person because of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, gender, or national origin.

The College’s equal opportunity policy extends to prohibitions against unlawful harassment of students, employees or community members because of the individual’s race, color, religion, disability, age, gender, or national origin. This prohibition against harassment includes, but is not limited to, disparaging comments, written material, physical assaults, verbal threats, and offensive pranks.

The Director of Human Resources, Human Resources Office, Hopkins Student Services Center (660) 596-7484, and the Dean of Student and Academic Support Services, Student Services Office, Hopkins Student Services Center, (660) 596-7393, will serve as the Compliance Officers for Section 504, Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Age Discrimination and Americans with Disabilities Act issues. The Hopkins Center is on the Sedalia campus of SFCC, 3201 W. 16th Street, Sedalia, MO 65301. Employees and members of the public should contact the Director of Human Resources with issues related to these areas. The Dean of Student and Academic Support Services will handle issues from students. All complaints of violation of this policy will be promptly investigated and appropriate action will be taken.

Drug and Alcohol Policy

Policy 2830 and Regulation 2830
Students may not possess, use, or distribute alcohol or illegal drugs on campus at any time. Possession of alcohol by those under 21 will be reported to law enforcement and SFCC may contact parents as allowed under FERPA. Illegal drug possession, use, or distribution, will be reported to law enforcement, violators may face criminal prosecution, fine, and imprisonment. First time offenders will be required to attend substance abuse education as part of the disciplinary process.

Weapons on Campus

Policy 2150 and Regulation 2150
Regulation 2150 allows for search by college personnel and/or law enforcement if illegal weapons are suspected. Law enforcement will be notified if illegal weapons are discovered.

Policy 2610 and Regulation 2610
Regulation 2610 (Student Code of Conduct) #11, prohibits possession or use of weapons on college property except for commissioned peace officers attending classes who will be permitted to carry their firearms if so required by department regulations.

Sexual Misconduct

Policy 2820 and Regulation 2820
SFCC provides educational programming for Sexual Misconduct awareness each semester. Regulation 2829 outlines the procedure for reporting a sex offense, potential discipline, and process of judicial hearings as well as instructions on notification of sex offenders attending or working at SFCC.

Find all policies and regulations at www.sfccmo.edu/about/policies-regulations.

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