Alcohol Policy

The college is committed to an alcohol-free work and learning environment. The college strictly prohibits employees and students from:

  • Being under the influence of alcohol that adversely affects the individual’s work performance, safety at work, the employer’s regard or reputation in the community and the student’s learning and safety in the learning environment.
  • The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of alcoholic beverages while on college business or at any other time while in a college owned or controlled building, office, premise, site or vehicle, or at activities under the jurisdiction or sponsorship of the college unless specifically authorized by the president of the college. College property also includes that portion of any other building occupied by the college on a permanent or temporary basis.

College policies, procedures and student code of conduct related to alcohol may be found here:


Drugs and Controlled Substances Policy

The college is committed to a drug-free work and learning environment in keeping with the Drug-Free Workplace Act. College policies, procedures and student code of conduct related to drugs and controlled substances can be accessed on the college’s website.


Firearms- Weapons- and Destructive Devices- Free Environment Policy

MHCC is committed to preventing workplace violence and to maintaining a safe work and learning environment. The college strictly prohibits any person, including students and employees, from being in possession of or giving the appearance of being in possession of any firearm, weapon or destructive device as defined by law, while on college business, or at any other time while in collegeowned or controlled buildings, offices, premises, sites or vehicles or at activities under the jurisdiction or sponsorship of the college. College property also includes that portion of any other building occupied by the college on a permanent or temporary basis. A sheriff, police officer, other duly appointed peace officer or a corrections officer may possess a firearm on the college campus while acting within the scope of employment.

College policies, procedures and student code of conduct related to weapons can be accessed on the college’s website:

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