Weapons on Campus
Weapons are not allowed on campus at any time. Weapons include but are not limited to firearms, tasers, pellet guns, BB guns, batons, knives, dirks, razors, or nunchulks. Persons bringing weapons to campus will be arrested and prosecuted.
Sexual and Other Assaults on Campus Policy
Registration of Sex Offenders
State law requires that all sex offenders attending the college register with the campus police department within 5 business days of enrollment or employment with the college, in addition to registering with the police department of the city they reside in. Information on registered sex offenders attending the campus may be obtained by viewing the California Department of Justice Online Megan’s Law Website at www.meganslaw.ca.gov, or by calling the California Department of Justice Sex Offender Tracking Program at (916) 227-4974.
The GCC Police Department, in conjunction with the Office of the Superintendent/President will provide safety warnings to all parties involved, including employees, students, and members of the community whenever there is a credible threat to their safety. This will be done in accordance to State and Federal laws regarding privacy, the California Public Records Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. For information regarding timely warnings, please contact the GCC Police at (818) 551-5205.
Employee Drug Free Workplace
Smoking on Campus Information
It is the policy of the Glendale Community College District to not allow smoking on campus. This policy applies to all faculty, staff, students and the general public. View the complete policy.
Skateboarding/Rollerblading/Bicycles and Motorcycles on Campus
No person shall ride a skateboard, roller-skates, rollerblades or non motorized scooter on District property. No person shall operate a bicycle in excess of 5 mph while on District property. Bicycles and motorized bicycles shall not be operated on pedestrian walkways or in buildings. Bicycles and motorized bicycles must park only in designated areas. Motorcycles are not permitted to drive in any area that motor vehicles are prohibited from entering except designated motorcycle parking areas.
See Board Policy 6750 and Administrative Regulation 6750.
Animals on Campus Policy
Glendale Community College District is committed to providing its employees, students, and visitors with a healthy environment in which to work and study.
No animals are allowed on campus except those animals that are individually trained to provide services to individuals with disabilities.
See Board Policy 3535 and Administrative Regulation 3535.
Complete list of District Policies and Administrative Regulations