For more information about lifestyle expectations, see the Sterling College Student Handbook. Anyone found in violation of these expectations will face College disciplinary action and sanctions under city, state, or federal law where applicable.
Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco
The possession, use, sale, distribution, or manufacture of alcohol, illegal drugs, and tobacco is prohibited on campus and at all College sponsored activities.
Assault and Harassment
It is upon a biblical foundation (1 Cor. 3:16-17) that Sterling College stands categorically opposed to any type of violence or oppression by one individual toward another. This includes verbal, emotional, sexual, or physical acts of aggression, intimidation, or violence. If you feel like you have been assaulted or harassed please contact the following people:
Students can contact Caitie Stineman, Title IX Coordinator: 620-278-4213
Faculty can contact Greg Kerr, Vice President for Academic Affairs: 620-278-4217
Staff can contact the Office of Human Resources: 620-278-4211
The possession of and/or use of fireworks, firearms, knives, or any explosive device on campus is strictly prohibited.
Vehicle Registration and Parking
Students are welcome to have automobiles on campus. All vehicles are required to be registered with the Student Life Office and are subject to campus traffic regulations. The College reserves the right to ticket vehicles parked or driving in violation of traffic regulations. Parking within marked spaces is required, as is observing all lot restrictions and designated parking spaces posted around campus and described in the Student Handbook. The speed limit on campus is 10 miles per hour. Parking violations in designated handicapped parking, fire lanes, and on public streets around the campus may be enforced by the Sterling Police.