In order to provide for the maximum comfort, convenience, and well-being of the total college community, certain standards of behavior have been established at Middlesex College. Upon admission to the college, you accept an unqualified commitment to adhere to such standards and to conduct yourself in a manner that reflects pride in yourself and the college. Such actions as academic dishonesty, abuse of property, and possession of alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs are in violation of the College’s standards and are cause for disciplinary action.
The College expects you to exercise good judgment with respect to attire worn in the classroom and on the campus. For reasons of safety, footwear is required.
You will receive a photo identification card from the Office of Student Activities after you register for the first time. You can use the card for library privileges, computer lab facilities, processing transactions in the Office of the Registrar and for admission to all athletic events, social activities, and other College functions. Therefore, you must carry your identification card with you whenever you are on campus. If you lose the card, you will be charged a replacement fee.
Animals on Campus
Animals are not permitted in college buildings. Exceptions will be made to those animals assisting disabled individuals, those related to a classroom requirement, and all campus residences.
You are responsible for arranging your own transportation to and from the campus. Public transportation is available. You can get copies of bus schedules in the Office of Student Activities. If you drive your own car, you may want to arrange to travel in car pools with other students.
The College is designed as a compact walk-on campus with perimeter parking. All information regarding speed limits, violations and fines, description of parking lots, location of buildings and temporary vehicle registrations, etc., may be found in the Motor Vehicle Regulations booklet, issued upon the registration of your vehicle. If you have state handicapped plates or placards, you will be allowed to park in the designated parking areas/spaces for persons with disabilities. The placards must be displayed so they are readily visible.
The Campus Police are authorized to enforce all regulations regarding parking and traffic and to issue citations for violations.
The College does not maintain dormitories. If you live away from home while enrolled at the College you are responsible for arranging your own living accommodations.