Prohibited Actions & Behavior
Bicycles, Motorcycles and Mopeds
Bike racks are provided on campus. No bicycles or motor-operated vehicles are to be ridden on walkways or grass, brought into any building or parked anywhere but designated areas.
Drugs and Alcohol
The use, possession, distribution, manufacturing and/or sale of controlled substances or paraphernalia are against the law. Possession, consumption, use without a prescription or transfer of controlled substances, including alcoholic beverages, is strictly forbidden on College property.
Access to College property is limited to students, faculty, staff and College-invited guests. Visitors must register through the Department of Public Safety, Room TIL 112 in Tillis Hall. Trespassers will be prosecuted.
Any sound amplification equipment (including radios, computers and iPods, etc.) must be played with earphones and must not disturb others.
Salem Community College is a smoke- and tobacco-free environment. Smoking also is prohibited in vehicles on College property, including off-campus instructional sites.
Firearms, Weapons and Explosives
Firearms, ammunition, explosives, other weapons and firecrackers are strictly forbidden on College property or at SCC functions.
SCC policy prohibits sexual harassment in any form. Students who believe they have experienced sexual harassment should contact Public Safety at 351.2911 or visit TIL 112 of Tillis Hall. A copy of the Bill of Rights for Victims of Sexual Assault/Harassment is available in Student Affairs.
Children on Campus
Because of safety considerations, children are not authorized on College property at any time unless they are under the immediate supervision of a parent, guardian or registered student. Children are not permitted in classrooms at any time and are not to be left unsupervised.
Consistent with the N.J. Department of Public Health, the presence of dogs, cats and other pets is prohibited in all buildings except where their presence is necessary for research or instructional purposes. However, service animals wearing a harness and in the control of their owner are permitted in accordance with Section 35.136 of the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA).
The responsibility of maintaining a healthy atmosphere and litter-free campus belongs to the entire College Community. Everyone should dispose of all trash, paper, cans and bottles in proper receptacles. Tables in the Student Union should be cleared by those who occupied them. Littering fines range from $25 to $75.