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Office of Student Conduct

Our Campus Culture

TCC's District Board of Trustees, Faculty, and Staff value a campus that is a place of learning, safety, shared responsibility, and harmony. To ensure this, TCC reserves the right to remove any person who acts to disrupt or prevent the College's lawful missions, processes, or activities.

The Faculty, Staff, and Students foster mutual respect and high regard for the life and property of the College. All members of the educational community will share a respect for the law and follow the highest ethical and moral standards of conduct.

In the event that these high standards are not self-enforced, the College will take action to protect its interests. Student conduct on campus and at off-campus-sponsored activities and facilities is expected to be supportive of these interests.

The disciplinary function at TCC is seen as a tool for guiding and teaching. Since unfavorable behavior is often symptomatic of attitudes, misconceptions, and emotional crises, the treatment of these symptoms is done through education and rehabilitative activities.

Severe disciplinary action against a student, such as suspension or expulsion, is considered and invoked only when other remedies fail. Even in the case of irrevocable expulsion for misconduct, the process will not be considered punitive in the criminal sense.

Student Resources

Behavior Intervention

College Ombuds

Enrollment Appeals


Written Complaints

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Behavior Intervention

The Behavioral Intervention Team engages in a proactive, objective, and collaborative approach to identify, assess, and mitigate risks associated with students, faculty, staff, and visitors exhibiting concerning behaviors.

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College Ombuds

The College Ombuds provides confidential, impartial, independent, and informal assistance to students in addressing academic and nonacademic issues at the College.

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Enrollment Appeals

Find forms for Full Cost of Tuition Waiver, Petition to Change Academic Transcript-Late Withdrawals/Cancelation of Term, and Request to Repeat Passed Course(s).

Learn about Enrollment Appeals
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Tallahassee Early Alert Management System (T.E.A.M.S.) aims to identify, reach out and provide support to students who are experiencing challenges or having difficulty with their coursework.

Learn about T.E.A.M.S.
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Written Complaints

If a student believes that a policy or procedure was not followed or applied fairly, the student may submit a written complaint to the supervisor of the department within ten (10) business days of the alleged violation.

Written Student Complaint Procedures

Conduct Information

Student Code of Conduct

Honor Code

As part of the Tallahassee Community College family - students, faculty, and staff - I hereby commit to upholding the highest standards of academic honesty, personal integrity, and respect for myself and others as essential components of academic and personal growth.

Student Code of Conduct

Tallahassee Community College has established regulations that are considered necessary to preserve and maintain an environment conducive to learning, to insure the safety and welfare of members of the College community, to encourage students in the development and practice of good citizenship and self-discipline, and to protect property and equipment of the College. Click to see the entire Code.

Disruptive Behavior


Along with Faculty and Students, the Office of Student Conduct assumes responsibility to help create and maintain a campus environment that supports effective instruction and enhances student learning.

In a community, if learners, it is expected that students will conduct themselves in an orderly manner. However, when student misconduct does occur, corrective action needs to be taken. These guidelines are designed to help faculty members assess disruptive student behavior and determine the appropriate course of action. 

Classroom Guidelines For Dealing With Disruptive Behavior

As a student at TCC, it is important for you to understand the active role you play in promoting positive conditions for learning and preventing student disruptions. It is expected that you will work collaboratively with faculty, staff, and peers to help create positive conditions for learning, promote high ethical and moral standards of conduct, and encourage adherence to the Student Code of Conduct.

Disclosure Form

If you are a new, re-enrolling, or transfer student who answered "yes" to having a criminal and/or disciplinary background on the general TCC application, you will need to complete this form.

Student Behavior Incident Report

If you are a faculty and/or staff member who needs to report the behavior of a student, please fill out the Student Behavior Incident Report

Be Advised: Hazing

The TCC Student Code of Conduct defines hazing as an act that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student, or which destroys or removes public or private property, for the purpose of initiation, admission into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in, a group or organization. Hazing will not be tolerated at TCC and anyone found to be involved in any act of hazing is grounds for immediate suspension. Your safety as a student is of the utmost importance. If you have been hazed or know of another student that has fallen victim to hazing, please notify the Student Conduct Office and/or the TCC Police Department.

Behavioral Intervention Team

The Behavioral Intervention Team engages in a proactive, objective, and collaborative approach to identify, assess, and mitigate risks associated with students, faculty, staff, and visitors exhibiting concerning behaviors. By partnering with members of the campus and larger communities, the BIT strives to promote individual student, faculty, staff, and visitor well-being and success while prioritizing community health and safety.

If you have a concern about something or someone on our campus, please take a few minutes to complete the BIT Referral Form

For any questions regarding this form, contact Student Services at (850) 201-8430.

If an Emergency is occurring or you find yourself in immediate danger, call 911 or contact the TCC Police Department at (850) 201-6100.

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