COLLEGE REGULATION VIOLATIONS
Based on the authority provided in the Illinois Public Community College Act, the College has established a College Regulations Policy, enforced by members of the ICC Campus Police Department.
A Regulation Violation Notice may be issued to persons found to be in violation of these regulations. Issuance of a Regulation Violation Notice does not preclude college officials or law enforcement officers from any additional appropriate action including a lawful arrest.
COLLEGE REGULATIONS AND FINES
Alcohol / Illegal Drug Regulations
1. Possession / Consumption
2. Party Attendance
3. Party Host
4. Under the Influence
5. Deliver/Intent to Deliver Cannabis or Drugs
6. Paraphernalia Possession
NOTE: College-sponsored events where alcoholic beverage possession, consumption, or service has been authorized by the College or Foundation are exempt from the above listed alcohol-related regulations.
1. Soliciting / Panhandling
2a. Theft ($50 or less)
2b. Theft (more than $50)
3a. Trespassing (general)
3b. Trespassing (secure area)
4. Damage to Property
Disturbance / Conduct Regulations
1. Disorderly Conduct
2. Disrupt College Operations
3. Loud Music / Noise
4. Noncompliance with Authorities
6. Obstructing an Officer
7. False Reporting a Crime or Emergency
Weapons / Bodily Harm Regulations
1. Weapons Possession
1. Smoking / Tobacco Usage
3. Usage of Banned Wheeled Devices (skates, skateboards, hover boards, & similar)
5. Gang Recruitment or Representation
6. Public Indecency
1. No Parking Area
2. Staff Parking Area
3. Visitor’s Parking Area
4. Restricted / Unauthorized Parking Areas
5. Overtime Parking
6. Disability Parking Area
7. Unauthorized Parking Tag, Placard, or Plate
8. Abandoned Vehicle
To view the entire College Regulations Policy, visit the Campus Police page at icc.edu.
Payments must be made by the end of the 15-day “Payment Due Date” listed on the notice to avoid further penalty. Payments can be made in the following ways:
Online: Log in to MyICC at my.icc.edu
Phone: Call the Student Service Center (309) 694-5600 during business hours VISA, MasterCard, and, Discover are accepted.
Mail: Mail payment along with the Regulation Violation Notice to: Student Accounting Illinois Central College 1 College Drive, East Peoria, IL 61635-0001
In person: At any Student Service Center
Call (309) 694-5600 with any questions regarding payment options.
Regulation Violation Notices may be appealed by filing a College Regulations Violation Appeal Form at the East Peoria Student Service Center, L211, prior to the end of the 15-day “Payment Due Date” listed on the notice.
The College Regulations Appeals Committee, comprised of ICC students, faculty, and employees, will consider the appeals at regular meetings held during the academic year. A written notice of the Committee’s decision will be sent to the appellant. The decision of the College Regulations Appeals Committee is final.
Failure to resolve the Regulation Violation Notice through payment and/or appeal will result in the doubling of the fine amount up to a maximum of $350. The College reserves the right to take any additional legal steps within its authority to collect any unpaid fines, including placing a hold on the violator’s College account and/or ability to conduct College business—such as register for classes or receive final grades or transcripts—until the fine is paid.
Concealed Carry Policy and Weapons on Campus
ICC employees and students, persons conducting business, and visitors/guests are prohibited from possessing, using, or displaying weapons or firearms (as defined in the Weapons on Campus and Firearm Concealed Carry Policy) in or on all property owned, leased, controlled, or operated by ICC or the Educational Foundation. This includes concealed weapons or firearms and any item which replicates or has the appearance of a firearm, as well as knives with a blade length greater than three inches.
Exceptions to the policy include those authorized to be used in any weapons safety/ education course, athletic or recreational sport (e.g., starter pistols, archery), or theatrical production. The prohibitions of this policy shall not apply to law enforcement officers, including off-duty and retired, who are in compliance with all applicable local, state, and federal regulations and laws as well as armed employees as defined in 225 ILCS 447/Private Detective, Private Alarm, Private Security, and Locksmith Act of 2004 during the performance of their officially assigned duties who have received prior approval from the ICC Police Chief or designee.
Qualified individuals possessing a valid license to carry a concealed firearm may transport the firearm into a parking area within a vehicle if the firearm and its ammunition remain locked in a case out of plain view within the parked vehicle. The firearm may only be removed for the limited purpose of storage or retrieval from within the trunk of the vehicle. ICC, including Campus Police, will not provide storage of firearms at any time.
Any person carrying a weapon onto ICC property may be subject to disciplinary action including, but not limited to, expulsion from ICC classes, banning from ICC property, administrative action and/or regulation violation enforcement, as well as possible arrest and prosecution.
To view the entire Weapons on Campus and Firearms Concealed Carry Policy, visit the Campus Police page at https://icc.edu/campus/campus-police/.