Student Conduct and Community Standards

Welcome and thank you for visiting Student Conduct and Community Standards.

The Student Conduct and Community Standards program is a component of the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Program staff are responsible for educating faculty, staff, and students on the student code of conduct and assisting to maintain a civil college environment through the use of proactive, creative, and timely student development strategies. The college believes in disciplinary action for the purpose of valuing the lifelong learning of our students.

Access the student conduct incident reporting form here. Your report will enter a secure database. All student conduct violations will be handled in accordance with the procedures outlined in the Prince George's Community College Student Code of Conduct.

Download a copy of the 2017-2018 Student Code of Conduct and review the code periodically throughout the academic year.

Behavioral Intervention Team

The Prince George’s Community College Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) was established to promote and maintain the safety and well-being of the college community through positive, proactive, and practical risk and threat assessment. The team will provide a systematic response to college situations involving students showing signs of serious distress or engaging in harmful or disruptive behaviors.

To report an issue of concern, please complete the BIT Reporting Form. Your report will enter a secure database. Information related to a situation of concern will be reviewed by the BIT and handled confidentially. The work of the BIT is not intended to replace the current college disciplinary process, faculty classroom management, and/or the response of College Police to incidents. For emergencies, contact 911. Contact College Police at 301-546-0666.

The Behavior Intervention Team will provide ongoing professional development activities to assist members of the college community with effective management of potentially difficult situations in and out of the classroom and will provide protocols for specific college incidents with respect to inappropriate behavior. Members of the BIT can access the Maxient incident response system to review incidents and share comments.

Additional support services are available in the Counseling Center, Disabilities Office, and Health Education Center.

For additional information, contact:

Ms. Kyra Milbourne, BIT Chair
Program Coordinator of Student Conduct and Community Standards
Largo Student Center, Room 241

Student Resources

Appeal Hearing Request Form

A student may request an appeal hearing for cases involving suspensions, dismissals, and/or expulsions.

Student Statement Form