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Children on Campus

(For Students and Visitors)

While visitors are welcome at Northcentral Technical College, the College has a policy concerning minor (under 15 years of age) children on campus. For the safety of young visitors, children on campus (under 15 years of age) must be supervised by an adult who has a direct line of sight to the child at all times. The College does not allow children in classroom or other learning environments (Library, designated student study areas, Cyber Café, laboratories, etc.) as this may be a disruption to the educational process of other learners. If children are being disruptive in public areas of the college, adults may be asked to remove their child from campus.
Failure to adhere to this administrative guideline may result in a student conduct violation. Visitors that do not adhere to this policy may be asked to leave the premises.

Students are encouraged to make arrangements for the care of their children with an appropriate service provider. The College currently has day-care facilities on campus provided through the local YWCA. Please contact the center director or assistant director at the YWCA for enrollment information.

Violations of this policy should be reported to security.

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