Student Conduct Officers (SCOs) administer the Student Disciplinary System, Strategies of Behaviorial Intervention (SOBI), and Student Complaints and Concerns at San Antonio College. As a subset of the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Student Affairs, SCOs enforce the Student Code of Conduct and serve as a resource to the College community about student conduct issues.
Student Code of Conduct
Alamo Colleges developed a Student Code of Conduct that governs the student disciplinary process. The Student Code of Conduct describes prohibited behaviors, potential sanctions for violations of the Code of Conduct, and the process for adjudicating alleged violations. All students are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the Student Code of Conduct. The Student Code of Conduct can be found online and a paper copy is available at the San Antonio College Library.
Board Policies- Student Code of Conduct-Section F.4.2
Student Code of Conduct-Non-Academic Misconduct Displinary Process - Section F.4.2.2
Strategies of Behavioral Intervention (SOBI)
A Strategies of Behavioral Intervention (SOBI) Taskforce and SOBI Training Guide (PowerPoint) , (Complete SOBI Training Guide PDF) were created to provide our College community with information on how to address disruptive or threatening behavior and aid in the prevention of disruptive, threatening or violent incidents from occuring on campus.
The Behavioral Incident Report is designed to enable faculty, staff and students to voluntarily report “red flag behaviors” that may raise concerns about a student’s and/or community member’s behaviors as well as incidents of misconduct at the Alamo Colleges. In the event of an emergency that requires immediate intervention, call Alamo Colleges Police Department at 9-911 from a campus phone or 911 from other phones.
Not sure where to go for help or do you have an issue or complaint that you are not able to resolve? San Antonio College is committed to appropriate resolution of complaints as efficiently and effectively as possible. We believe providing a mechanism for complaints to be heard gives us the opportunity to improve our services.