Respect for other students’ right to learn and an instructor’s right to teach, is imperative. Further, if a student’s behavior is disruptive, an instructor has the right and obligation to make the student correct the behavior. An instructor can direct a student to leave the classroom. A student removed from the classroom may not return without meeting with the Vice Chancellor for Student Services or the campus Vice Chancellor for Arkansas County. In certain cases when a student has not been dismissed from the classroom, but the behavior is seriously offensive, the instructor may have to request that the Vice Chancellor for Student Services and Registrar or Campus Vice Chancellor for Arkansas County intervene. Any discipline problem which cannot be resolved, may result in the student being suspended (temporary dismissal) or even expelled (permanent dismissal) from the class or the College depending on the nature of the offense.