Policies and Procedures

These policies and procedures are intended to support a safe, respectful, and ethical living, learning, and work environment in compliance with the College’s mission and values and applicable state, local, and federal law.  All Riverland Community College faculty, staff, and students are expected to be familiar with and abide by the College’s policies and procedures.

NOTICE:  Every effort has been made to make the Riverland Web Site accurate as of the date of publication; however, all policies, procedures, and fees are subject to change at any time by appropriate action of the faculty, the college administration, the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board, or the Minnesota Legislature.

Full Alphabetical Listing of All System and Riverland Policies

Policies are categorized under the following areas.

Series 1: System Organization:

Specifically relating to the Minnesota State System (Minnesota State organization and administration, affirmative action, equal opportunity, nondiscrimination, etc.)

Series 2:  Student:

Specifically relating to students (i.e.., admission process, assessment, disability support, etc.)

Series 3:  Education:

Specifically relating to education (i.e., programs, degrees, academic misconduct, etc.)

Series 4:  Human Resource:

Specifically relating to college personnel (i.e., code of ethics, data privacy, fair labor standards, etc.)

Series 5: Administration:

Specifically relating to College operations (i.e., technology usage, branding, safety, etc.)

Series 6:  Facilities:

Specifically relating to College facilities (i.e., facility use, rental and leasing, parking, etc.)

Series 7:  Finance:

Specifically relating to financial (i.e., auxiliary operations, cancellation for non-payment, purchasing, etc.)

Series 8:  College relationships:

Specifically relating to the foundation and student housing.

Complete list of Minnesota State Policies