MCAST endorses a strict code of conduct on Campus

January 28, 2022 Communications

MCAST believes in endorsing a strict zero-tolerance policy on different forms of misconduct and harassing behaviour by students at the College. In a message sent to all students, Principal Professor James Calleja emphasised the importance of respect saying that no form of violence or harrassement will be tolerated on campus.

The College believes that all forms of unruly behaviour and harassment are an intolerable violation of the dignity of employees and students. Therefore, a zero-tolerance approach to this kind of behaviour is adopted.

Use of violence, and actions cthat may constitute a criminal offence, bullying and inflicting of harm on others, vandalism, theft, and unauthorized use of the college’s property are all considered forms of misconduct.

These actions may result in immediate suspension from MCAST, which leads to dismissal from the College.

All students are encouraged to follow MCAST’s code of conduct as described in the College’s ‘Student Conduct Regulations’.

The document can be viewed via this link.