The Board of Trustees of Muskegon Community College, as both an employer and an institution of higher education, is concerned with and interested in protecting the health, safety, and welfare of students, employees, and visitors. The Board recognizes that College buildings, facilities, vehicles, grounds and other College property are best utilized in an educational process in the absence of threats to the physical well-being and safety of individuals attending Muskegon Community College.
"If You See Something, Say Something"
If you see any suspicious activity, please report it to MCC Campus Security.
When do I call security?
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If you wish to officially report an incident that involves a behavioral issue, improper conduct, threatening behavior or is a violation of the Student Code of Conduct, please submit the Student Conduct Reporting Form.
Behavioral Intervention Team
The MCC Behavioral Intervention Team's responsibility is to identify and coordinate services or intervention strategies for a broad range of troubling student behaviors, including but not limited to substance abuse, disruptive conduct and mental illness. The use of behavioral intervention teams is a sound method for identifying and responding to distressed students in educational settings. The BIT has been charged with upholding College policies and maintaining a healthy environment for the College. For more information on the BIT, click here.
View the MCC Guide to Campus Safety.