Conduct Matters

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Conduct on Campus

Welcome to the Rowan College at Burlington County website. It is the policy of the college that all individuals treat another with dignity and respect.

The Office of Student Conduct is comprised of four committees:

Academic Integrity Committee
Addresses accusations of plagiarism, cheating, theft of intellectual property and other academic integrity issues involving students. The committee consists of faculty, staff, support staff, and a student, and can seat from three to seven members to hear a case. In the case of plagiarism, it is often a second offense that goes to the committee, as the first offense is addressed by the appropriate dean.

Conduct Committee
Hears cases where a student has violated or allegedly violated the Code of Conduct as listed in the current Student Handbook. The Conduct Committee consists of faculty, staff, support staff and a student.  Complaints may be filed by other students, faculty, staff, or Public Safety, depending on how the conduct was discovered. The case is heard by three to seven members and the complainant and accused are able to address the committee. They are questioned, as much as practical, to determine the facts and whether or not the conduct, as it occurred, violates RCBC's Code of Conduct.  

Civility Committee
Attempts to intervene and educate students on the importance of appropriate conduct on campus in an effort to avoid escalation to other committees. The Civility Committee also provides outreach to determine if support services are needed. 

Parking Ticket Appeals Committee
Considers appeals filed within the guidelines of the RCBC's traffic appeals as provided in the most recent copy of the Student Handbook. The Appeals Committee generally meets on the last Thursday of the month to review appeals. Required supporting documents must be faxed or emailed as noted on the Appeals Form. Response letters are sent the following college business day after the committee meets.

Parking Ticket Appeals Process

To appeal a ticket, please use the Traffic Appeals Form. Appeals are only accepted online and are reviewed by the Committee mentioned above. A copy of the appeal must be scanned/emailed to conduct@rcbc.edu, faxed to 609-894-7273 or dropped off to Public Safety in an envelop Attn: Conduct Officer. 

Conduct Contacts

Conduct on Campus matters, and RCBC's Office of Student Conduct is more than committees. We are here to support our students in their efforts to achieve their best performance in a positive and enriching environment.  

conduct@rcbc.edu
(609) 894-9311, ext. 1440

Mr. Michael Cioce
Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Success
(609) 894-9311, ext. 1700

Public Safety
Mount Laurel Campus, (856) 222-9311, ext. 2100 or 856-434-7233 (SAFE)
Pemberton Campus, (609) 894-9311, ext. 1100
Willingboro Center, (856) 222-9311, ext. 3100
Mount Holly Center, (609) 894-9311, ext. 4100