Any action by a student that interferes with the education of any other student or interferes with the operations of the college in carrying out its responsibility to provide and education will be subject to the conduct process.
Student Conduct & Behavior
Century College is committed to providing a supportive and safe environment conducive to learning. The conduct and behavior team along with all faculty and staff are committed to:
- Protecting the interests and rights of the Century community by facilitating college and Minnesota State System policies and procedures.
- Holding students accountable and challenging them to accept responsibility for their behavior through a developmental and restorative based process.
- Providing an opportunity for students to develop leadership and critical thinking skills through the context of educational sanctioning.
- Providing interventions and support services.
You can report an incident online or to any members of the Student Conduct & Behavior Team listed.
Student Conduct & Behavior Team
Jenn Rassett, Director of Student Life / Title IX & Conduct Coodinator
Kristin Hageman, Dean of Student Services
Aarin Distad, Assistant Director of Orientation & Investigator
Max Poessnecker, Associate Director of Student Life and Director of the LGBTQ Center
Stephanie Voss, Assistant to Dean
Types of Reportable Incidents
Student Conduct & Academic Honesty
Harassment / Discrimination
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities has a commitment to enhancing Minnesota’s quality of life by developing and fostering understanding and appreciation of a free and diverse society and providing equal opportunity for all its students and employees. Harassment or discrimination based of race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or familial status is prohibited.
Sexual Offenses & Gender Discrimination
Title IX has become a powerful tool on college campuses for combatting sexual offenses and gender discrimination. While Title IX is widely known for it’s role in opportunities in athletics, the arm of Title IX reaches farther to affect pregnant, gender non-conforming, and any other student that feels opportunities, services, and environments were altered because of their gender.
Behaviorial Assessment & Intervention Team
The Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Team (BAIT) is a cross-functional assessment group that collects information in order to recommend interventions regarding students exhibiting persistent or significant behavioral disturbances. For more information, view the BAIT handbook.
If an incident is in progress, call Public Safety security (651-747-4000) or 911 (9-911 from a campus phone).
You can contact Public Safety to request escorts across campus or to your vehicle as well.