To fulfill our responsibility to teach essential workplace ethics, the college reviews with all students ten standards of behavior in the workplace. These standards are as follows:
1) Attendance--Students attend classes regularly, arrive and leave on time, and notify instructors of planned absences.
2) Character--Students display honesty, dependability, initiative, self-discipline, and responsibility.
3) Teamwork--Students are supportive of classmates, respect the rights of others, and contribute to the team.
4) Appearance--Students display appropriate dress, grooming, and hygiene.
5) Attitude--Students demonstrate positive attitudes and self-confidence and have realistic expectations of themselves and others.
6) Productivity--Students follow safety practices, conserve materials, keep work areas neat and clean, demonstrate interest in the quality of their work, and follow directions.
7) Organizational Skills--Students possess skills in prioritizing and accomplishing tasks, appropriately manage time and stress, and demonstrate flexibility in responding to change.
8) Communication--Students display appropriate verbal (speaking), nonverbal (eye contact and body language), and listening skills.
9) Cooperation--Students respond appropriately to constructive criticism, conflicts, and complaints and demonstrate the ability to solve problems.
10) Respect--Students react appropriately to cultural/racial diversity in the classroom, lab, or clinical/practicum/internship setting and maintain appropriate and respectful relationships with faculty members and peers.