College of Chiropractic Intern’s Clinic Handbook

13.0 Consequences for Inappropriate Conduct

Students, at any point during their clinical education experience, are expected to conduct themselves in a mature, professional manner. This includes, but is not limited to, any interaction within the University, their assigned clinic site on or off campus, and/or personnel involving any aspect of the clinical education experience which may or may not have a direct relationship with the University.

  1. Loss of TAC time
  2. Loss of requirement numbers
  3. Loss of clinic hours
  4. Referral to CERP
  5. Referral to Student Affairs
  6. Referral to Behavioral Standards
  7. Failure of Clinical Internship 2, 3, 4, 5, and/or 6
  8. Referral to different clinic assignment
  9. Suspension from clinic assignment
  10. Dismissal from the College of Chiropractic
  11. Referral to the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners
  12. Loss of the opportunity to apply for and/or receive a license to practice chiropractic