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Faculty Dispute Resolution

CCAC is committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for fadculty to discuss complaints, concerns or problems privately. Click on the headings below to find information about how to handle each problem.

Faculty Disputes

Address concerns regarding academic matters such as, but not limited to, cheating and plagiarism.

Review the Policy
Academic Rules & Regulations 

Student Code of Academic Conduct     

Submit your Concern
Academic Complaint Form (pdf)

Contact the Dean of Students or the specific department on your campus for assistance.

For additional information
Student Services

Submit your Concern
Allegheny Campus: bgolman@ccac.edu

Boyce Campus: 
yburns@ccac.edu


North Campus: mkennedy@ccac.edu

South Campus: kmaxwell2@ccac.edu 

The CCAC Student Code of Behavioral Conduct is designed to uphold the standards of conduct established by the College. It is meant to be developmental in nature and not punitive. Faculty are encouraged to report behavioral concerns even if they have been addressed in the event there are future issues of concern.

Review the Policy
Student Code of 
Behavioral Conduct (pdf)

Faculty Handbook Appendix IV

Submit your Concern
Incident Reporting

The Information Technology Services department plays the leadership role in delivering classroom technology, desktop resources and online services that you need to do your job effectively, such as: Network Accounts, CCAC Central Self -Service for faculty, Email Accounts, Passwords, Blackboard, Wireless Access, etc. Review the Policy
Faculty Handbook (pages 20-34)

Email us for Support
help@servicedesk.ccac.edu

Report concerns regarding alleged discrimination, harassment and/or Title IX conduct concerns of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and acts of sexual violence, including sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. In the event of an Emergency, call Campus Security or 911 Review the Policy
Civil Rights Complaint 
Procedure
Submit your Concern
Incident Reporting

The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) can assist students who are experiencing a crisis or exhibiting behaviors that may be harmful to themselves or others. In the event of an Emergency, call Campus Security or 911 Review the Policy
Faculty Handbook Appendix IV 

Students in Distress Document (pdf)
Submit your Concern
Incident Reporting