Student Rights and Responsibilities

  • Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) provides people access to higher education, giving them the ability to make life choices; adapt to change; build strong communities; contribute to and derive benefit from the new economy; and become part of a skilled workforce. When a person becomes a student at MHCC, they are granted various campus, academic and classroom freedoms, and they also assume community responsibilities. For more information on student rights, please visit this link.

    The Student Code of Conduct is designed to guide students on community expectations and is meant to uphold a safe community standard.

  • Please contact:

    Contact Symbol BW

    Nikki Barone: 503-491-7374
    Ivonne Fleishman: 503-491-6054
    Counseling: 503-491-7432
    Disability Services Office: 503-491-6923
    Public Safety: 503-491-7310

  • Student Complaint Handbook

    Student Complaint Handbook

    Mt. Hood Community College provides processes to address concerns and complaints against the College and/or employees. The Student Complaint Procedures Handbook provides both informal and formal processes to investigate the allegations of a complaint arising from conditions, practices, working relationships, decisions, actions or inactions of Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) and/or its faculty or staff.

    Community of Care

    Community of Care

    This area is a place for Students, Staff, and our community to learn more about referral services on and off campus and additionally for you to report; Threats, Student Conduct issues, Behavioral concerns, and academic concerns to the Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment Team (BiTa).

    the-process-LB

    The Process

    Learn the ins and outs of the Student Conduct Process including the reporting of alleged misconduct, the format of conduct hearings, sanctions, and the steps to appeal.

    Resources

    Why is there a Student Code of Conduct? Where and when does the Code apply? Get informed with the FAQs of Student Conduct.