The most important part of college is attending classes. At Anoka-Ramsey we recognize students are more successful in class if they understand and comply with college policies, procedures and practices.
Blood Borne Pathogens and Communicable Diseases
Anoka-Ramsey Community College respects the rights of individuals with a communicable disease to education, to privacy and to be free from discrimination. Anoka-Ramsey also acknowledges the rights of others in the college community to be educated in a safe environment and the need to educate administrators, faculty and students about preventing and reducing the risk of transmission of communicable diseases. Students with communicable diseases will not be excluded from attending school in their regular classrooms as long as their attendance does not create a substantial risk of the transmission of illness to other students or employees of the college.
Children or Pets
Due to disruption and possible risk of harm, children may not be left unsupervised in the common areas of the college. Students may not bring children to classrooms or labs when the student is attending class. With the exception of service animals required to assist students with disabilities, animals are not allowed on campus.
Crime Awareness and Campus Security
Safety and Security is a vital component of our working and learning environment. Anoka-Ramsey Community College encourages all students and college community members to be fully aware of the safety issues on the campus and to take action to prevent and to report illegal and inappropriate activities. Personal awareness and applying personal safety practices are the foundations of a safe community.
Pursuant to the Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, Anoka-Ramsey Community College monitors criminal activity and publishes a Crime Awareness and Campus Security report , maintaining a three-year statistical history on the Cambridge Campus and the Coon Rapids Campus, and at off-campus facilities rented by the college or recognized college organizations. The college annually distributes a copy of this report to each current student and employee.
Anoka-Ramsey is not responsible for loss of personal property left in classrooms, labs or in any other area in or around the college.
Student Code of Conduct
Each student of Anoka-Ramsey Community College is expected to conduct him or herself in accordance with college policy and generally accepted norms of conduct in order to preserve Anoka-Ramsey’s safe and supportive learning environment.