The following terms used in the Code of Student Conduct should be interpreted according the following definitions.
- The terms “College,” “the College,” refer to Coastal Alabama Community College.
- The term “student” refers to any person officially enrolled at Coastal Alabama Community College, whether he or she is classified as a “degree- or diploma-seeking” student or a “non-degree” student. All persons, whether full-time or part-time, are considered “students.”
- The term “faculty member” refers to any person employed by the College to conduct classroom activities.
- The term “member or citizen of the College community” refers to any student, faculty member, staff member, trustee, official, or any person otherwise employed by, or associated with, the College.
- The term “College official” refers to any person serving in an administrative or professional capacity as an employee of the College.
- The term “College property” includes all land and facilities that are in the possession of, owned, used or controlled by the College.
- The term “organization” refers to groups who have obtained status as a registered campus organization with the Office of Student Services of the College.
- The term “Hearing Officer” refers to the person designated by the College President to determine whether a student has violated the Code of Student Conduct.