Community Accountability

Colorado Christian University reserves the right to take necessary and appropriate action to protect the safety and well-being of the campus community.

Situations may arise where it becomes necessary for the University to take action as a result of student incidents occurring off-campus. Incidents that are in direct conflict with the mission of the University — or those which affect the ability of students to function well in the University community — and occur at University-sponsored events, off-campus, or in the classroom may result in action at the discretion of the Dean of Students.

Colorado Christian University is committed to cooperating with federal, state, and local authorities in their efforts to enforce existing laws regarding alcohol use, drugs, public health, and safety. Students are expected to abide by these laws and regulations and to accept responsibility for their conduct.

Actions involving a student in a legal proceeding, civil court, or criminal court do not free the student of responsibility for his or her conduct within the University judicial system.

Disciplinary regulations of Colorado Christian University are set forth in the Student Handbook to give students notice of prohibited conduct. The regulations should be read broadly and are not designed to define misconduct in exhaustive terms.

The University reserves the right to interpret conduct which is in violation of these regulations.