- Any player who is removed from a game for fighting will be suspended from the team for one game. For the second offense the athlete will be suspended from the team for the remainder of the season.
- Any player who leaves the bench and enters the court or field while a fight is in progress will be suspended for two games, whether or not they engage in the fight.
- Unsportsmanlike behavior towards an opposing team or fans of the opposing team will be referred to the Athletic Director. Repeat offenders will be liable for game suspensions.
- Unsportsmanlike behavior towards an official will be referred to the Athletic Director. Flagrant unsportsmanlike behavior towards an official will result in game suspensions. The number of games will depend on the severity of the behavior.
Massasoit Community College has a zero tolerance Alcohol and Drug Policy listed in the college catalog. Any infraction on campus will result in serious repercussions. The college also offers a weekly support group for those in need and is open to all. For more information on Beyond Recovery, call ext. 1463.
Any infraction of this policy will be referred to the Dean of Students for disciplinary action.
1. Teams may conduct fundraising activities after receiving written approval from the Director of Athletics. No team or student-athlete may solicit donations or contributions from local merchants without prior approval.
2. The conduct of all fundraising campaigns shall be subject to the following conditions:
- All fundraising activities shall conform with established College guidelines.
- Funds must be deposited at the end of the work day.
- Checks must be made out to MCC.
- Checks and cash should be forwarded to the AD and/or the department secretary for receipt and deposit.
- Fundraising proceeds can only be utilized/allocated for the original purpose of the activity.
- Raffles and other drawing activities require a permit.
- All cash transactions require a receipt.
An Act prohibiting the practice of hazing was enacted by the Senate and The House of Representatives in General Court in 1985. Chapter 269 of the General Laws hereby amended by adding the following 3 sections:
Massachusetts Hazing Law (PDF)
Any individual or organization associated with Massasoit Community College for whom there is a reason to believe may have been involved as an organizer or participant in the practice of hazing shall be subject to any or all of the following procedures:
- A review by the Massasoit Community College Student-Faculty Judiciary Council
- A review by the Massasoit Community College administrative and/or security staff as deemed appropriate subject to established College and Statewide grievance procedures
- Criminal prosecution by appropriate law enforcement and judicial agencies