Code of Conduct
Since it is assumed that all students at BBC are Christians and that they are attending in order to prepare themselves for service in the church, standards of conduct and behavior are much different than they are at other colleges with which you might be familiar. Boise Bible College is serious about training Christians to live, work, and minister effectively for God. This means that we design programs and develop policies that we believe further our purpose.
The Student Handbook is the STANDARD AND GUIDE FOR STUDENT CONDUCT BOTH ON AND OFF CAMPUS. The details concerning policies and programs relating to student life are found in that document. The descriptions given in this catalog are designed to convey a general sense of the overall approach to campus life at BBC.
Two words are to characterize the clothing of all BBC personnel, from administrators to students. The two words are 'modest' and 'appropriate.'
The possession and/or use of tobacco, alcohol, narcotics, and other nonprescription drugs is strictly prohibited on campus. No student is to employ such drugs at any time, on or off campus.
The full drug policy is published in the Student Handbook.
Administrative Probation and Suspension
Students who violate College regulations, including the chapel attendance policy, may be subject to administrative discipline. Such measures may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Please refer to the Student Handbook for details about the causes of possible administrative probation or suspension and for information about how to appeal disciplinary action.