b"to report changes in course load, withdrawal and absences, or interruptions in attendance to or withdrawal to the Military Service Center to minimize personal liability resulting from over payments of V.A. benefits. Conduct and Discipline Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College requires standards of behavior which it considers essential to fulfillment of the College's mission. The Code of Student Conduct defines expected behaviors and clearly addresses student conduct for which disciplinary sanctions may be imposed by the College. The Code of Student Conduct is published in the College's Policies and Procedures Manual Statement No. 717, which is located on the college website. Student conduct and discipline is also published in the student handbook.Right of Appeal A student has the right to appeal disciplinary action taken against him or her by the conduct committee, and the student must appeal the decision within five days of the conduct committee's decision. The criteria for the Right of Appeal are stated in Policies and Procedures Statement No. 717, which is located on the college website.Students may also see the student handbook for specific directions for appealing the decision of a conduct committee. Who's Who Among Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Students A number of sophomores not to exceed two percent of the full-time enrollment on each campus will be chosen from nominees for inclusion in Who's Who Among Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Students.These students must have a 2.5 or higher average and possess qualities of leadership, citizenship and personality. Students who receive this award are recognized at the annual awards ceremony held on each campus. Hall of Fame Each year the Awards Committee on each campus reviews Who's Who nominees and selects a number of students up to one percent of the full-time enrollment on each campus recognition in the Hall of Fame. Students who receive this award are recognized at the annual awards ceremony held on each campus. Citizenship Award Each year, campuses choose one male and one female student to receive the Citizenship Award.Nominees must meet be in the last semester of his/her program, demonstrate outstanding qualities as a campus or community leader, characteristics of good citizenship, and excellent social skills such as a pleasing personality, positive attitude, ability to work with others and above average grades.Students who receive this award are recognized at the annual awards ceremony held on each campus. Veterans Educational Services: Each campus Military Services Center has a Veterans Affairs (V.A.) school certifying official (SCO) who assists former and current service personnel and dependents eligible for V.A. education benefits.All students receiving V.A. education benefits are required to report changes in course load, absences, interruption in attendance or withdrawals to the Military Services Office to minimize personal liability resulting from over payments of V.A. benefits. Veterans Administration Information Admission requirements must be met before the student can be certified with Veterans Administration. Admission documents will become part of the permanent record of the applicant. 50"