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Quiet Time
10:00 pm - 7:00 am is quiet time. Personal bunk lights may be left on, but overhead lights must be turned off. This time has been set aside to allow for sleep, personal devotions, study, or prayer.
Curfew
Resident on campus students are not allowed to stay off campus Sunday thru Thursday nights. Curfew is 12:00 am. Students must be in bed with lights out by 12:00 am, Sunday thru Thursday. You must be in your room by 11:45 pm.
Dorm Guests
Guests are not allowed to sleep in any of the dorm rooms. Anyone needing overnight accommodations for a guest must contact the Conference Center for room availability, or a local hotel.
Dorm Up-Keep Responsibilities
Daily Bed Checks - will be performed Mon-Fri at 12:00 pm. This check is to make sure each room is “decently in order” and beds are made. Dorm Cleaning Checks – will be performed once a week. Weekly cleaning responsibilities are shared by all in the room and are assigned by the dorm steward.
Multimedia Entertainment
The multimedia not allowed in any dorm rooms or classrooms are TV’s or video game consuls. We encourage music which builds up and edifies. Secular music must be listened to with headphones. Please use discretion in the music you chose to listen to. Movies allowed on campus must have a PG rating or be available at a Christian bookstore.
Food in Rooms
Food is not allowed in the dorm rooms or on the balconies/porches. The slightest scent of food attracts unwanted creatures such as ants, rats, and cockroaches. There is a bin provided for each room in the Bin Room for you to store your food. (Food includes: coffee, tea, tea bags, candy, etc.)
Miscellaneous
• Please use “artists putty” when hanging things on the wall, rather than nails, glue or tape. • There is a “No Pets” policy. Keep your goldfish in the lake! • Men are not allowed at Women’s Dorms; Women are not allowed at Men’s Dorms.
Emergencies
All students are enrolled in our Emergency Alert System automatically. During an emergency you will receive a text message or email alerting you to what you should do. You will be automatically unsubscribed from this system the day after graduation. Click here to read instructions on what do do when there is a threat on campus.
Internet
Our network is filtered for content; the sites you go to will be monitored. It’s also important to remember that this Internet is a “shared” network with limited bandwidth, so certain sites might be “bandwidth throttled” such as YouTube, video gaming sites, or file sharing services to avoid overloading the network. Use of these sites causes our network to operate at a much slower rate. Please prefer your brothers and sisters by using the Internet only for necessary purposes.
Prayer and Devotional Life
Classes do not replace a daily, personal time with God. Our purpose at CCBC is to know Jesus better and to be prepared to serve Him for a lifetime. The sanctification process will be hindered if you do not set aside time to spend with Him in prayer, study, and meditation on His Word.
Dress Code
The main purpose for any type of dress code at CCBC is to help men and women focus on the Lord and not to be distracted by the physical appearance of their classmates. For this reason, we ask that all would dress modestly so as not to bring undue attention to themselves and perhaps stumble a brother or sister. Here are some guidelines: “Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others.” Philippians 2:4 Basic Guidelines for Men and Women: NO: -Clothing which reveals your undergarments -Clothing which reveals your anatomy in a provocative way -Pajamas outside of Dorm room. -Walking around campus barefoot (this is for insurance purposes).
Relationships
Your relationship with any other student, visitor, or staff member should exemplify the love of Christ. Be polite and considerate. By love serve one another. All relationships should demonstrate purity (1 Timothy 5:2 and 1 Corinthians 7:1).
Unacceptable Behavior at CCBC
Violation of the following may result in dismissal from CCBC: • The use of alcohol, tobacco, or any illegal drugs (Gal. 5:19-21) (CCBC is a non-smoking facility) • Any rebellion to established authority; failure to submit to CCBC or CCCC staff (1 Sam. 15:23) • Sexual immorality, pornography or any type of impurity (Gal. 5:19) • Cheating on tests, plagiarizing papers, signing someone else into class, or other forms of lying and deceit (1 Cor. 6:8) • Stealing, which in some cases includes “borrowing without permission” (Eph. 4:28) • Violence of any kind, i.e. threats, vulgar language, aggressive disputes (Rom. 1:29-30) • Ignoring or breaking any law of the State of California, or the United States of America (Rom. 13:1,2) • NO WEAPONS are allowed on campus…guns, swords, etc.
Discipline at CCBC
The leadership at CCBC are always hopeful that with the work of the Holy Spirit and compliance of each student, formal discipline will not be needed during a semester. But we also are aware that living in a fallen world as believers, these vessels of clay are susceptible to sin and temptation that can interrupt the greatest of intentions. Should formal discipline be required, we are prepared to carry out the following types of discipline severity: verbal and/or written warnings, and ultimately expulsion. (This removes the student from his/her study path for the remainder of the semester. The student must vacate CCBC/CCCC premises within 24 hours). These types of discipline will not necessarily be implemented in this order as some violations of our rules are serious enough to warrant and require immediate expulsion.