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CCCD Administrative Procedures 6750 Effective July 1, 2016

Coast Community College District Administrative Procedures 6750 was approved during the Spring 2016 semester by CCCD Board of Trustees


The OCC community is encouraged to read through and be aware of all possible fines, as well as driving regulations. New fines will be implemented at OCC beginning July 1, 2016. New fines include (but are not limited to): skateboarding; and electric vehicle charging. 

Here is a link to the District's Administrative Procedures:

Regarding SKATEBOARDING at Orange Coast College:

  • Only Campus Safety Public Officers will stop and request identification from people skateboarding on campus.  (Please note that refusal to provide identification will result in a violation to the Student Code of Conduct / Administrative Procedures 5500, specifically "Failure to Comply", and will be reported to the Dean of Student Services.)
  • The first violation will result in a written warning issued and documented in the Campus Public Safety Office.  At that time, the violator will be advised that a second offence will result in a report being written and forwarded to the Dean of Student Services for possible disciplinary action, and a $15.00 fine being issued. 
  • The second and consecutive violations will all generate a report with another $15.00 fine, with verbiage on the skateboard warning form that the violator can contest the fine with the Campus Public Safety Chief.  If the violator is not satisfied with the result, they can request a meeting with the Dean of Student Services as an appeal.
  • All proceeds from skateboarding fines will be transferred to the Associated Students of Orange Coast College, for distribution (annual budget) to programs at OCC.

Questions regarding the implementation of AP 6750 can be referred to either the Dean of Student Services (714-432-5741) or the Director of Campus Safety (714-432-5017).