Right to Know
Revised Student Code of Conduct
There have been recent revisions to the Code of Conduct, which is available at www.ivcc.edu/righttoknow.
All changes (excluding staff title changes) have been highlighted in
yellow in this document. We recommend that all students review this
document and if there are any problems or substantive concerns about the
changes, students are encouraged to submit these concerns to one of the
individuals listed on the Right to Know website.
The Code of Conduct went into effect for the Spring 2014 term beginning in January.
We recommend that all students review this document. If
there are any problems or substantive concerns about the proposed changes,
students are encouraged to submit these concerns (preferably in writing or by
email) to one of the following individuals:
Taylor Gunia, IVCC Student Representative to the Board of Trustees
April Kutz, IVCC Student Government Association President
Cory Tomasson, Student Activities (email@example.com)
Mark Grzybowski, Student Services (Mark_Grzybowski@ivcc.edu)
If there are no concerns brought forward by December 22,
2013, the Code of Conduct will go into effect for the Spring 2014 term
beginning in January.
This webpage provides information and links to information that is critical for IVCC students to have access to and to be aware of. Please utilize these resources to assist you in being an informed student. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Office for the Vice-President of Learning and Student Development at (815)224-0406.
Consumer Information: Student Right-To-Know and Crime Statistics
This link provides information on IVCC crime statistics that are published each year, as well as information about the college and resources available to students. This is a very in-depth link with a tremendous amount of information.
Student Rights & Responsibilities
This link provides information about student rights, responsibilities, and the process for dealing with academic and non-academic issues.
Substance Abuse Facts and Resource Guide
The link provides information about addiction, as well as resources available to students who may be struggling with addiction or who want to assist someone who is battling addiction. The document at the end is an excel spreadsheet to assist students with identifying different drugs and their impact.
FERPA (Information Privacy and Security)
FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) governs the way the college secures your information. This site will describe the information that we are required to keep secure, as well as what this means to you as a student.