WWRC's written Student Code of Conduct describes student rights and responsibilities, general behavior standards and expectations, and what can be expected for any violation of these standards and expectations. Reflective of its workforce readiness/training and return-to-work mission and vision for Community Support Services, WWRC reinforces the guiding values of self-control, respect, and safety in its Student Code of Conduct. Behavior interventions and disposition of Student Code of Conduct violations are designed to be supportive and therapeutic in nature, with the goal of employment-focused rehabilitation, while ensuring a safe 'living and learning' environment for the entire campus community.
WWRC students are expected to comply with campus behavior standards and expectations to maintain enrollment and program status. These standards and expectations are general in nature and apply to all students, both residential and day, regardless of program enrollment or residential area. In addition to these general standards and expectations, there may be additional and/or more restrictive area-specific standards and expectations based on program or industry requirements. Standards and expectations related to the Vocational Training Department and individual training programs will be covered during orientation.
The AGM procedure on Management of Student Behaviors describes business process, protocols, standards, and expectations for consistent, fair, and equitable management of student behaviors across the WWRC campus. Vocational Training Department staff members are expected to participate in annual Behavior Education and Supports Training (BEST) and to comply with Center governance on student interventions, documentation, and communication as defined in the AGM protocol and as reinforced in training.