All students should stop at the south welcome desk each Monday night for instructions on classroom assignments.
Code of Conduct
Students participating in this program are expected to behave in a Christian-like manner. This means disruptive behavior of any kind is unacceptable. Should a student speak disrespectfully; refuse to follow an instruction given by an instructor; disrupt the class discussion, or is verbally or physically abusive, the student will be removed from the class and directed to the office of the Youth Minister for counseling. Any student removed from class for such behavior may return to class with the approval of the Youth Minister. Parents will be notified when the student is removed. Mobile phones must be turned off during class.
Students participating in the College Orientation Program must attend classes regularly and arrive in a timely fashion. Student attendance will be collected during the period 7:00 PM to 7:15 PM only. If a student does not sign the roster within the stated timeframe he/she will be considered absent. Therefore, to be considered in attendance, a student must be present and on time. No consideration will be made regarding an excused or unexcused absence. Detailed attendance records are maintained by the committee.
The College Orientation spring session consists of approximately 15 to 16 classes held each Monday night. Students will be divided by Junior/Senior. Class participation impacts heavily at the conclusion of the program. Monday night of the spring revival is a required class for college orientation participants. Attendance will be taken at the south welcome desk; therefore, students must attend the Monday night of the spring revival.