Get Adobe Flash player


Fall 2013 Tues, Wed, Mon Wednesday Thursday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Monday Monday Friday Friday Friday Thursday Thursday FridaySunday Friday Saturday MondaySaturday Friday Academic Calendar 2013 2014 August 13, 15, 19 August 28 August 29 September 2 September 3 September 9 September 16 October 14 November 8 November 8 November 15 November 21 November 28 November 29 Dec 1 December 6 December 14 December 16 21 December 27 New Student Orientation Begins Extended Registration until 7pm Fall Fac

20 Church Street New Haven, CT 06510 An institution of Connecticut State Colleges Universities Mission Statement Gateway Community College offers high quality instruction and comprehensive services in an environment conducive to learning. We respond to the changing academic, occupational, technological, and cultural needs of a diverse population. Gateway Community College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Incorporated. Curricula are licensed

A Letter From the President I am pleased to welcome you to Gateway Community College. We take pride in providing equal access to a highquality education, stateoftheart equipment and laboratories, and a caring faculty and staff who provide the educational support you will need to achieve your learning goals and maximize your human potential. I encourage you to become familiar with the contents of this document. It will be your guidebook during your time at the College. My vision for Gateway Commu

A Letter From the Dean of Student Affairs Dear Student The faculty and staff of Gateway Community College congratulate and welcome you as a student. You have made a wise choice in coming to this highly respected and fine institution of higher learning to further your education. We believe you will find that Gateway offers everything you need to advance your academic pursuits. You are about to begin a new phase in your life, and while you have had many different kinds of experiences, I hope that

GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT HANDBOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS INDEX PART I PART II PART III ..................................................................................................... 5 6 COLLEGE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY ................................ 7 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES ................................... 8 16 STUDENT ACTIVITIES LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS ........................................ 17 49 PART IV PART V PART VI PART VII STUDENT RIGHTS ....................................

INDEX Academic Planning Advising ............................................................................ 8 Academic Calendar 20132014 ..................................................................... IFC Admissions ............................................................................................................ 8 Affirmative Action ............................................................................................... 50 AIDS and other communicable diseases .........

Security ............................................................................................................... 71 Crime Report, Uniform Campus ............................................................ 74 Evening Administrator ............................................................................ 71 ID Cards .................................................................................................. 72 Parking ..............................................................

PART I TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Toll Free College Number ......... 18003907723 General Information ...................... 2032852000 College Web Address ................ Administration and College Services Academic Planning Advising . 2032852090 Admissions Applications ....... 2032852010 Athletics Office ......................... 2032852213 Alumni Association .................. 2032852186 Blackboard Distance Learning . 2032852570 Bookstore .................................. 203865561

PART II STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES ACADEMIC PLANNING ADVISING ROOM N213 2032852090 Counseling Student Success Center Academic advising keeps students informed about the campus community and its many resources. This service assists students in developing meaningful educational plans to help them achieve their academic and career goals. After taking the ACCUPLACER test, all new students who placed into development courses must contact the College Advancement Studies Advisement Center. Other studen

GCC Blackboard web page www.gatewayct.edudistancelearning 247365 Technical Support 18669401928 toll free BOOKSTORE ROOM N109 2038655614 The bookstore carries all course textbooks, other reading materials, art and science supplies, notebooks and school supplies, sundries, snacks, clothing, gifts and other items of interest. The operating hours of the college bookstore are flexible, thereby providing services to both day and evening students. CAREER SERVICES ROOM N213 2032852090 Counseling Stude

Placement ReTesting Policy Students wishing to register for courses beyond the Placement Test recommendation ACCUPLACER must get faculty approval from the Math andor English Department. The department may elect to administer a local placement assessment. Faculty may then recommend a placement in a course consistent with the local test results. Students who wish to further challenge the placement outcome may request this from the department chairperson, or the Dean of Student Affairs in the absen

The Library also houses the student laptop loaner program, which has 30 laptops that can be loaned out for on campus student use. The wireless network is available throughout the campus and allows a student to connect and access the internet using their personal wireless device laptop, tablet or smartphone. Just use your NetID and password for connection. COMPUTER LOGIN PROCEDURE Press and hold down in sequence the Alt, Ctrl and Del keys. You will now see a box with three lines the user name, pa

The counseling staff provides individual academic and career advising, assistance with transfer to fouryear institutions, and personal counseling regarding issues that may interfere with goal achievement. Furthermore, the Counseling Student Success Center staff are able to refer students to appropriate community resources. Workshops, support groups, and guest speakers may also be offered. Our College is licensed to issue I20s through the students exchange visitors information system SEVIS. F1 S

in enrollment status, additional resources, scholarships, andor lack of completion of necessary information to determine eligibility. All awards are based upon a students enrollment status at the end of the adddrop period. Financial aid is disbursed twice per academic year the first disbursement occurs during the fall semester and the second disbursement during the spring semester. FOOD SERVICE ROOM N107 2032852248 Cafeteria While classes are in session, food service is open the following hours

Electronic Classroom Used for Information Literacy Instruction classes and library workshops. Electronic Devices Graphing Calculators, Kindle and Nook may be borrowed for a designated period. IPads can only be used in the library. Proper identification is required. Scanner Scan color or blackandwhite documents onto your flash drive or send to your email. Copy machines Available at a cost of 10 cents per page. Copiers will accept dollar bills. Borrowing Items Your Gateway ID card also serves as y

REGISTRAR ROOM N214 2032852221 The Registrar is dedicated to serving the faculty and students through scheduling, registration, record keeping and reporting. Please utilize the links on the website to discover how to register for classes, understand registration policies, prepare for grauation, and find out what other important services are available. STUDENT DISABILITY SERVICES ROOM S202 2032852020 Student Disability Services SDS facilitates the planning and provision of services for persons wi

Information about benefits is available on the V.A. website,, and from the certifying official.Students receiving V.A. benefits must notify the Certifying Official of their course schedule each semester, and of any changes in their course load and program of study. Courses must meet requirements of the degree or certificate in which the veteran or dependent is enrolled. All credit programs and some noncredit programs offered by the college are certified for V.A. benefits. Conta

PART III STUDENT ACTIVITIES LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS THE OFFICE OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS Along with its formal academic life, the college facilitates a wide variety of social, cultural and special activities that enrich both the college community. Student activity fees are utilized to run the student activities program within the framework of a yearly budget approved by the Student Government Association. Mission of the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs As the

the policies and procedures of the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs or discriminating against students may lose its Student Government Association and College recognition. All student organization discipline will be handled by the Student Government Association and the Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities. Definition of a College Social Event A College social event is an activity In which use of the Colleges name is authorized For which admittance is open

Programs once the Event Reservation Scheduling Form has been submitted to the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs. Events and room assignments are made on a firstcome, firstserved basis. COPYRIGHT ISSUES Printed Material The Fair Use Doctrine 1978 of the Copyright Act governs the making of photocopies of copyrighted material. Photocopies may be made for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship or research as long as the reproduction or distribut

All solicitations, drives, and sales held on campus must be sponsored by recognized student organizations and must be approved by the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs. A Student Activity Registration Form must be filled out and discussed with the Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities prior to beginning any solicitation, publicity or sales efforts. Commercial ventures competing with approved vendors will not be permitted to operate on College grounds. Student

12. News media organizations must obtain authorization from the Director of student Leadership Programs and Activities prior to paper delivery to the campus. 13. Use of any bulletin board or authorized space on campus does not constitute an endorsement or guarantee of any product, service, or information by the Student Government Association, Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs or Gateway Community College. Outside organizations in violation of these policies will not be permitt

Room Use Policy All student organization meetings will be held in the Student Organization Meeting Room in the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs Suite. To reserve a room for events, please clearly indicate which room is desired on the Student Activity Registration Form. Security for Student Activities and Special Events After receiving a Student Activity Registration Form, the Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities will consult with the student organization and

Supervisory Responsibilities of College Representatives for Off Campus Student ActivitiesDay Trips No less than two College Representatives are required for any student organization sponsored bus trip. The College Representatives for the event must be in attendance before, during and while cleaning up after the scheduled event. The event may not begin without the College Representatives in attendance. The College Representative and student chairperson should introduce themselves to policesecu

All Travel Authorizations for student organization travel must be authorized by the Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities, the Dean of Student Affairs and the President of the College in that order.. All travel arrangements must be coordinated between the Organization President or Organization Treasurer and Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities. See Financial Guidelines for conference regulations. Participants are required to fully participate in all aspects

6. Organizations, their advisors and College Representatives are required to comply with the College Policies. Violation of these policies leaves the sponsoring student organization and its officers open to sanctions imposed by the SGA, Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities andor the Dean of Student Affairs. Advisors or colleges representatives may face sanctions imposed by Management. 7. Sanctions will be determined by these organizations and may include but are not limited to

13. Membership in all SGA student organizations shall be open to any activity fee paying student of the College community who is willing to subscribe to the stated aims and philosophy of the organization. Discrimination on the basis of color, creed, age, handicap, national origin, race, gender, or sexual orientation is prohibited. 14. A current Constitution and a current roster of officers, general members and approved Advisors, including phone numbers and addresses, must be submitted by the end

5. All advisors serve at the pleasure of the student organization and the Student Government Association. Student organization members must vote to nominate a fulltime facultystaff member to serve as the advisor to the organization. All advisors must then be approved by the Student Government Association Executive Board in consultation with the Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities on a yearly basis and participate in Advisor Training in order to serve as a student organization

Organizations may elect to have a secondary Advisor who must be an employee of the College with the exception of student employees. A Secondary Advisor may serve as a resource to an organization for programming and coverage of events. The Secondary Advisor must also be nominated by the club membership and approved by the Student Government Association Executive Board as well as participate in Advisor Orientation. Advisors must participate in training prior to serving as an advisor and must att

Meeting Minutes The Comptroller for the State of Connecticut requires that all student organizations have minutes to their respective organization meetings. Meeting minutes are to be typed, must reflect the business of the day with motions and the outcome of each order of business. Minutes are to be signed by the student organization secretary and submitted to the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs following the acceptance of the minutes by the organizational membership. Studen

Committee, which would consist of the SGA Executive Officers and the Campus Activities Board Senator, during the interim period May 1 to the first day of classes in the fall semester. The SGA Treasurer will hold mandatory workshops for all organization treasurers to explain the Student Activity Fund Financial Guidelines. It is the responsibility of the organization treasurer to attend this workshop. FUNDS The Student Government Association Activity Fund account is divided into Allocated Funds, F

to be used for programs that will benefit the entire student body. Dues collected must be deposited in the organizations Student Activity Fund Account through the Student Organization FundraisingEvent Revenue Deposit Form. Donations may be collected by a student organization. Donations collected must be deposited in the organizations Fundraising Account with the Student Government Association. CarryOver Cash Account are funds carried over from previous years and may only be spent on major stud

Student Activity Fund Payment Request System Student groups must use the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs Student Activity Fund Payment Request System to spend money from the Student Activity Fund. The Director of Student Leadership Programs is the administrator of the Student Activity Fund and therefore is responsible for defining process and authorizing student funds once the SGA Treasurer has authorized use of Student Activity Funds. The Director of Student Leadership Prog

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. their respective records. Payment will not be made without the authorized signature of the Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities and the Dean of Student Affairs. If the request for a Student Activity Fund Payment Request is denied, it will be marked Denied. The person who initiated the Student Activity Fund Payment Request will be notified through the organizations mailbox located in the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs. Contained on t

7. There must be four copies of the PSA. One copy is to be returned to the performeragency, the sponsoring club or organization retains a copy, and the third copy is to accompany the Payment Request and a fourth copy will be kept on file in the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs. The College will only accept a state PSA to be used as a contract with clubs and organizations. 8. All artists will be paid fourteen to twenty one days AFTER their act or performance, by a Gateway Comm

Donations Any student organization supported with Student Activity Fees shall report all donations to the organization from all sources to the SGA Treasurer and Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities in writing. This report should include the amount of the donation and any restriction attached to it by the donor. If the donor decides to withdraw hisher donation, then the organization will willingly refund it. The SGA Treasurer and the Director of Student Leadership Programs and

All tickets must be sequentially prenumbered. Ticket numbers issued, used and unused must be properly accounted for and documented on the Ticket Sales Audit Form. All unused tickets are to be returned along with the form within twentyfour 24 hours of the event. An Event ProfitLoss Summary and Evaluation form that itemizes income and expenditures and shows the accountability of tickets must be prepared and submitted to the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs within five 5 days o

An approved College Representative must attend the conference or convention. One hundred percent 100 of the College Representatives cost will be paid from the groups allocated or fundraising account. No more than one College Representatives cost will be paid for with monies from the Student Activity Fund All requests for convention or conference funding must be received no later than two months prior to the event. A monetary request to the Finance Committee must include any brochure relating t

program participants. Prizes cannot exceed 50 per person and only students are eligible to receive them. Organizations cannot provide cash prizes and all prizes must be verifiable with a receipt from the store in which it was purchased. Student Organizations may not purchase gifts for students, facultystaff members or those not affiliated with the College. An organization may use up to thirty 30 percent of appropriated money to purchase food for open events. Additional requests for money for f

Any member of the student body in good standing with the College is eligible to become a member of the Finance committee. Members are selected by the Executive Board of the Student Government Association upon recommendation of the SGA Treasurer after an application and interview screening process. The committee consists of five to ten students, where five students make a quorum, and it meets once a month or when necessary. Members should be committed individuals who can offer fair, unbiased cons

Student Government Association Constitution Adopted January 2005 Preamble We the students of Gateway Community College, in order to form a democratic, efficient and responsible Student Government to represent, lead and unify the student body, to decide and recommend for the students upon any matter involving the student interests, to promote common understanding between students, faculty, and administration, while protecting the individual rights of students, do hereby establish and adopt this

Section 4. Elected Officers are allowed to have their votes cast by proxy in the event they cannot be present during the voting. The proxy must be submitted with the voters signature. An official proxy form is available in the Student Government and Student Activities and Leadership offices. Section 5. The Executive Board shall have the power to make decisions in the event that the SGA President and SGA Advisor deem a situation an emergency or a situation that is restricted to a time limit of le

Article VI Meetings Section 1. Any student, staff, or faculty member of GCC may attend a SGA meeting. Section 2. Nonmembers of the SGA will be recognized to speak provided their name is placed on the agenda prior to the meeting. Section 3. All meetings shall be conducted in the following manner A. The President shall call the meeting to order. B. The Secretary shall call the roll and read the minutes of the previous meeting to submit for approval, and report on any correspondence received. C. Tr

Section 2. The Student Activity Fund is placed into a bank account under the College name. The funds will be determined by the number of total students enrolled at the college. Section 3. The Student Activity Fund shall be used for the support of all Student Government Association recognized clubs and organizations and any activities wherein the SGA Finance Committee votes in favor of funding. Section 4. Deposits to the Student Activity Fund are made by a business office representative once they

Section 6. Equipment purchased with SGA funds must remain the property of the SGA and may be used by any clubs and organizations with the stipulation that full responsibility be assumed by the borrower. No equipment may be used for personal use or gain, or for College academic or administration purposes. Section 7. The Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities andor the Dean of Student Affairs reserve the right to reject a voucher that is deemed to be an inappropriate or unauthorize

Student Government Association ByLaws Section 1. General Membership Any student who pays a student activity fee upon payment of their tuition to the college is automatically a member of the GCC SGA. Section 2. Voting Membership A. Any student may be eligible for voting membership after attending three 3 consecutive meetings per academic semester, and filling out the SGA Voting Membership Registration form available in the Student Government Office, the Office of Student Activities and Leadership

3 There shall be one 1 Senator for Clubs and Organizations whose duty shall be to Chair the InterClub Council, coordinate the Activities Fair, and oversee Club and Organization constitution review. F. All appointed Senators shall have automatic voting privileges. G. The term of Senator shall be one 1 academic year, and a senator shall not serve for more than two 2 terms. H. The Senate will convene at least once per month or as otherwise necessary. I. For impeachment process refer to Article VII

Section 4. If the Treasurers position becomes vacant the President must consult with the members of the Finance Committee if one exist, and nominate one of those individuals. The nominee must receive a twothirds vote of the Executive Board to be confirmed. Section 5. If all positions become vacant, an open Election will be held as defined in Article II. A. There will be one 1 week of campaigning in lieu of the usual two 2 week campaigning. B. Interim Elections will require a petition of 25 stude

C. The Election Committee must uphold the Constitution and its ByLaws, and follow the guidelines of said documents in conducting its business. D. Committee members are nominated by the President and confirmed with a majority vote of the Executive Council. Section 3. Campus Activities Board CAB A. CAB shall be comprised of students whose responsibility will be to program student activities throughout the year. B. An appointment will be made by the SGA President as to who will chair the Campus Act

F. The SGA President and Director of Student Leadership Programs and Activities will review the information to ensure that it meets the necessary requirements. G. If the minimum requirements are met, the application will be submitted to the voting body of the SGA for consideration and a vote. H. Clubs and Organizations will be recognized as a result of a majority vote in favor of the entire body of the SGA. Article VI Clubs and Organizations Funding Requests Section 1. For all matters dealing wi

PART IV STUDENT RIGHTS SR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION Gateway Community College is an academic unit of the Connecticut State Colleges Universities System. The administration is charged with a responsibility to execute the academic policies and procedures promulgated by its governing board that relate to affirmative action. The Board endorses and expects full compliance with the requirements of law, including, but not limited to positive action designed to identify and remove practices, policies, or othe

educational and informational activities. Restrictions shall not be placed on admission, programs, services, or employment offered to an individual on the basis of a diagnosis of AIDS, unless it has been medically determined that there is risk of infection or danger to others or the individual is enrolled in programs from which those with specific communicable diseases are excluded by law or regulation. Colleges shall not require testing of students or employees for AIDS, HIV infection, or other

2. The right to request amendment of an education record that the student believes is inaccurate. Students may ask an appropriate College official to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate. The student should write to the College official, clearly identify the part of the record he or she wants changed, and specify why heshe believes it is inaccurate. The College will notify the student of the decision. If the College decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, the Colle

4. The right to refuse to permit the College to release directory information about the student, except to school officials with a legitimate educational interest and others as indicated in paragraph 3 above. To do so, a student exercising this right must notify the Office of Registrar in writing. Once filed, this notification becomes a permanent part of the students record until the student instructs the College, in writing, to remove it. 5. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Departmen

Achieving the goal of full participation and integration of people with disabilities requires cooperative efforts within and among higher education. The Board of Regents will work to achieve a higher level of services and appropriate delivery methods at all Connecticut community colleges. This statement is intended to reaffirm the Boards commitment to affirmative action and equal opportunity for all people and in no way to replace the Equal Opportunity Policy Statement. RACISM AND ACTS OF INTOLE

GCC offers associate in art and associate in science degrees in more than 40 disciplines, including accounting, business, business office technology, computer information systems, computer science and technology, engineering and technology, fine arts, health careers, hospitality management and culinary arts, and human services as well as general studies, humanities, and liberal arts and sciences. In addition, credit and noncredit certificate programs focusing on developing occupational skills ar

Protection Against Improper Academic Expression Students should have protection through orderly procedures against prejudiced or capricious academic evaluation. At the same time, they are responsible for maintaining standards of academic performance established for each course in which they are enrolled. POLICY ON STUDENT RIGHTS Section 1 Rights of Students It is the policy of the Board of Regents that the educational offerings of the community colleges be available to students without regard t

a. In the course of each investigation, the Office of Student Development shall consult with the Dean responsible for the area of college operations in which the grievance arose. b. In the case of a grievance alleging discrimination based on race, color, religious creed, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder, marital status, or physical disability, prior conviction of a crime, political beliefs, veteran status, or sexual preference, the Office of Student

3. At Gateway Community College, the Academic Standards Committee serves as an Appeals Committee to review grades being redressed. The student shall be afforded the right to present a statement of appeal and relevant information in support of it. It is the students responsibility to show that the decision in question is arbitrary, i.e., without a reasonable basis, or was made for improper reasons in violation of Section 1 of this policy. The student is entitled to a written response within thirt

PART V STUDENT CONDUCT CIVILITY What is Civility Freedom to teach and freedom to learn are inseoarable facets of academic freedom. The freedom to learn depends upon appropriate opportunities and conditions in the classroom, on the campus, and in the larger community. The college repects and defends the right of each member to exercise free speech and assembly however, the rights are properly exercised only when due respect for the rights of others is assured. Therefore, at GCC, students and fac

This Policy is also intended to foster the development of important values, including accountability, responsibility, fairness, respect for self and others, appreciation of personal freedoms and a recognition of the importance of physical safety in the College community. Compliance with the Policy provides an opportunity to develop and practice skills in leadership, group process, decision making and ethical and moral reasoning. Students who demonstrate these values and possess these skills are

a. cheating on an examination, b. collaborating with others in work to be presented, contrary to the stated rules of the course, c. plagiarizing, including the submission of others ideas or papers whether purchased, borrowed or otherwise obtained as ones own, d. stealing or having unauthorized access to examination or course materials, e. falsifying records or laboratory or other data, f. submitting, if contrary to the rules of a course, work previously presented in another course, and g. knowin

9. Respect oneself and others in the community by refraining from knowingly possessing, using, transferring, selling or being under the influence of any controlled substance, as defined by law, or possessing or consuming alcoholic beverages unless specifically authorized, pursuant to Board Policy. Use or possession of a drug authorized by prescription from a licensed medical practitioner is not covered by this statement 10. Refrain from any unauthorized use of electronic or other devices to make

Section 5 Procedures The following procedures shall govern the enforcement of this Policy 1. Information that a student may have violated this Policy should be submitted to the Office of Student Development, normally within thirty 30 days of the date of a possible violation or within thirty 30 days of the date that the facts constituting a possible violation were known. 2. Upon receipt of information relating to a possible violation, the Office of Student Development may immediately place restri

3. Following the imposition of interim restrictions or interim suspension, if any, the Office of Student Development shall promptly investigate the information received by meeting with individuals who may have knowledge of the matter, including the accused student, and by reviewing all relevant documents. If upon the conclusion of the Office of Student Developments investigation, the Office of Student Development determines that there is insufficient reason to believe the student has committed a

6. If the student requests a hearing, heshe is entitled to the following a. to be heard, within five 5 business days, or as soon as reasonably possible, by an impartial party or panel whose members shall be appointed by the Office of Student Development b. if the Office of Student Development appoints an impartial panel, to have a student on the panel, if requested by the student c. to appear in person and to have a nonlawyer advisor. However, if there is pending at the time of the hearing a cri

a. a violation of the procedures set forth herein significantly prejudiced the student andor b. the information presented to the impartial party or panel was not substantial enough to justify the decision andor, c. the sanctions imposed was were disproportionate to the seriousness of the violation. 11. Decisions under this procedure shall be made only by the college officials indicated. Section 6 Additional Hearing Procedures for Sexual Misconduct Cases In any hearing conducted pursuant to Secti

1. Instruct the student to stop the objectionable behavior andor ask the student to leave the classroom for the remainder of the class. 2. Meet to followup with the student and a. present the student with the specific behaviors that were unacceptable and discuss their impact on the learning process, and b. issue a verbal warning that the behaviors will not be tolerated in the future. 3. If the student was asked to leave the classroom, the student must initiate a meeting with the instructor befor

These provisions shall apply to all colleges under the jurisdiction of the board 1. No student or employee shall knowingly possess, use, distribute, transmit, sell, or be under the influence of any controlled substance on the college campus or off the college campus at a collegesponsored activity, function, or event. Use or possession of a drug authorized by a medical prescription from a registered physician shall not be a violation of this provision. 2. All colleges shall develop and enforce po

D. Notifying the employee in the statement required by the above paragraph that, as a condition of employment, the employee will 1. abide by the terms of the statement, and 2. notify the employer of any criminal drug statute conviction for a violation occurring in the workplace no later than five days after such conviction E. Notifying the agency within ten days after receiving notice under subparagraph D 2, from an employee or otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction F. Taking one o

No person shall use the Gateway Community College computer resources for monetary gain, development of software intended for sale, or to copy public domain software for other than personal use. Any copies of public domain software must contain the same limitation notices as the originals. Faculty members may distribute instructional accounts only to those students enrolled in the specified classes for which account applications have been approved. Students are limited to the use of that specific

PART VI SECURITY Gateway Community College complies with the State of Connecticuts Campus Safety Act, Public Act 90259, which mandates the annual publication of a Uniform Campus Crime Report, and establishes a process for raising awareness of safety on College campuses. Broader awareness of campus safety issues and procedures at Gateway Community College is the first step toward improving the security of students and staff. The College is located in Downtown New Haven, with some programs located

COLLEGE IDENTIFICATION CARD Each student, faculty and staff member must obtain a photo identification card that must be presented to staff when requested, to borrow books from the library and is required for garage access parking and admission to collegesponsored activities and special events. ID Card IssuingReplacement Security issues all ID Cards Students will be required to show their current registrationbill, and a valid form of picture state ID in order to receive their ID Card No reissu

Traffic violations are punishable by fines andor towing of vehicles at the owners expense. Parked vehicles that create a hazard, impede traffic flow or restrict parking will be tagged andor towed at the owners expense. Fines are payable in the Business Office within one week of issuance. Failure to pay fines will result in a hold on student registration for future courses until the fine is paid. All violations are subject to appeal throughout the Traffic Appeals Committee. Request for appeal sho

Right to File a Complaint No administrator of an institution of higher education shall interfere with the right of a student or employee of such institution to file a complaint with the state police, local police department or special police force established pursuant to section 10a142 of the general statutes concerning crime committed within the geographical limits of the property owned or under the control of such institution. Security Emergency Procedures Contacting Campus Security by Colleg

PART VII APPENDICES PERSONNEL Chief Administrative Officers APPENDIX A President Dean of Academic Affairs Dean of Administrative Affairs Dean of Workforce Development and Continuing Education Dean of Development and Community Partnerships Dean of Student Affairs Director of Human Resources Dr. Dorsey L. Kendrick Dr. Mark Kosinski Mr. Louis DAntonio Ms. Victoria L. Bozzuto Ms. Mary Ellen Cody Dr. Wilson Luna Ms. Lucy Brown STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES DIRECTORY Dean of Academic Affairs Dean of St

APPENDIX B WHERE TO GO FOR ASSISTANCE Obtain information regarding Academic Programs Student Success Center Books and Supplies Career Planning Change AddressName Change of Major Change of Schedule Childcare News ReleasesMedia Course Overload Current Events Graduation Audits I. D. Cards International Students Lost and Found Making Photocopies Parttime employment CCN Payments Tuition, Fees Research Faculty member Counselor Scholarships, Grants, Loans Student Government Association Student Employ


Academic Affairs N311 Academic Planning Advising N208 Admissions N207 Allied Health S405 Art Gallery S101 Art Graphics S329332 Bookstore N109 Bursar N216 Business Programs S300301 Caf Vincenzo S102 Cafeteria N107 Center for Advancement Studies S216 Center for Education Services S205 Center for Working Students N212 Communications Studio N007 Community Center N100 Computer Lab S122 Computer Lab S212 Computer Lab S321 Computer Lab N200 Computer Lab N322 CONNTAC N213 Counseling Student Success N

N311 Academic A airs N311 North North 4 PARKING N208 N207 S405 S101 S329332 N109 N216 S300301 S102 N107 S216 S205 N212 N007 N100 S122 S212 S321 N200 N322 N208 Academic Planning Advising N207 Admissions Allied Health Art Gallery Art Graphics Bookstore Bursar S405 S101 N109 N216 S102 N107 S329332 4 3 2 1 0 Business Programs Caf Vincenzo Cafeteria S300301 S216 Center for Advancement Studies S205 Center for Education Services N212 Center for Working Students N007 Communications Studio Co

Downtown New Haven Attractions

Convert PDF to Flash Digital FlipBooks