Code of Conduct
All WyoTech students must follow the code of conduct in preparation for their desired career fields
Code of Conduct
WyoTech's reputation is built on the depth of its programs and the professionalism required of its students. In fact, employers seek out WyoTech graduates because they've been trained to value attendance, on-time arrival and professional dress and overall appearance-the same values that are desirable in the workplace.
As a prerequisite for admission, each WyoTech applicant must sign and agree to abide by academic and professionalism standards in our Student Conduct Code. Students who follow the code are better able to focus on learning, earn better grades, and are more employable upon graduation.
Violations of the code of conduct include:
- Controlled Substances
- Threatening Behavior
- Sexual Harassment
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