The San Juan College campus will be closed for the winter break Saturday, December 16 through Monday, January 1. No classes will be held at the Farmington, Aztec, or Kirtland campuses.

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Student Conduct and Safety Policies

Student Conduct and Safety Policies

The Student Handbook includes student resources such as the policies and procedures of the College, including the behavioral standards expected of all San Juan College students, guest and visitors. In addition to policies, the student handbook includes student activities and department information.

View the Student Handbook

In order to provide a safe and accessible community, SJC has established the Student Code of Conduct located in the Student Handbook.  All students are expected to comply with the policies established in the Code.  Anyone that has witnessed a possible violation of the Code of Conduct should report the concern to the Dean of Students.

Report a Violation

In order to provide a safe and accessible community, SJC has established the Student Code of Conduct located in the Student Handbook.  All students are expected to comply with the policies established in the Code.  Anyone that has witnessed a possible violation of the Code of Conduct should report the concern to the Dean of Students.

Academic Honesty Rules

Students wishing to submit written complaints regarding student concerns may do so with the Dean of Students. Academic Appeals should follow the process identified in the Academic Catalog before submitting concerns to the Dean of Students.

File a Complaint

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the privacy of student educational records. A FERPA form needs to be completed by the student in order to allow others to access their San Juan College records. Students can find the FERPA release form on MySJC. 

Go to MySJC

San Juan College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, genetic, veteran’s status, or on the basis of any other category protected under federal, state and local laws, in any educational programs and activities, or in its employment and admissions decisions.

Title IX Information

Under the Clery Act, students have the right to know about crime on and around the SJC campus. San Juan College Department of Public Safety provides the annual crime rate information.

Annual Security Report