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    College-Wide Policies

    Below is an alphabetical list of policies. If you know a word in the policy's title, type it in the box below and suggestions will appear. If you would like to see a brief summary of the policies suggested, click in the box to the right of the search box.

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    • EU General Data Protection Regulation Compliance Policy

    • General Privacy Policy

    • Gift Administration Policy

    • Scholarly Misconduct

      Scholarly misconduct in the work of faculty is considered a serious offense by the College. Scholarly misconduct is defined as fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, or other practices which seriously deviate from those that are commonly accepted within the academic community for proposing, conducting, or reporting research. This policy is intended to clarify the College’s definition of scholarly...

    • Severe Weather Policy

      The intent of this policy is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the college’s students, faculty, staff, and visitors, and to ensure that essential services are provided. As a residential college operating under the Block Plan, Colorado College does not close for severe weather. Unless there is an official announcement for limited service operations, all faculty and staff shall report to work in...

    • Signage, Fundraising, and Distribution of Materials at Campus-Wide Events

      Colorado College campus events are planned to celebrate the CC experience, renew friendships, build new relationships and foster continued engagement with the community. Colorado College campus-wide events are intended to educate, rather than be a vehicle for alumni, students and/or outside organizations to promote personal agendas.

    • Smoke and Tobacco Free Campus Policy

      Colorado College is committed to providing an environment for students, faculty, staff, contractors, and guests that is conducive to learning and working, and that promotes the health and well being of all members of the community. While the use of tobacco is a personal choice, the health hazards related to smoking and exposure to second-hand smoke are well-documented. In the interests of reducing...

    • Smudging and Pipe Ceremonies

      In support of the cultural integrity of our Indigenous/Native American students, faculty, staff, and guests, and in accordance with the 1978 American Indian Religious Freedom Act, Colorado College has developed this Smudging and Pipe Ceremonies Policy. The smudging and pipe ceremonies described in this policy are the only exceptions to Colorado College smoking, tobacco, and fire regulation policies...

    • Workplace Safety