Spring 2020 classes have resumed online.Please visit
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The mission of The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities is to promote a campus environment of student success that balances student rights and responsibilities through a fair and objective due process, while upholding the highest academic and behavioral standards articulated in the Student Code of Conduct.
The college will acknowledge a complaint submitted electronically to the Student Rights and Responsibilities Office (SRRO)
In our efforts to promote a campus climate of integrity and excellence, we encourage all students to address their complaints directly with all appropriate parties involved in a dispute. If you find that a resolution has not achieved through your own investigative techniques, The Student Rights and Responsibilities Office can help. We are readily available to assist with grievance filed by investigating claims and seeking an appropriate resolution through our online system Advocate.
The Cedar Valley College Student Handbook contains a guide to information for faculty, students and staff. Also included in the Student Handbook is the Student Code of Conduct. As members of the Cedar Valley College community, all enrolled students assume full responsibility for adhering to the university's values and goals. Students are responsible for staying abreast of their rights as students and for being cognizant on what is deemed proper conduct as outlined in the Student Handbook.
Cedar Valley College is committed to upholding the core values of student success, integrity, accountability, inclusiveness, teamwork, excellence, communication, trust, civility and joy in everything we do. Students are at the forefront of our College and are expected to follow the Student Code of Conduct and all campus community members are expected to uphold the Colleges core values