Curfew And Loitering Policy
CURFEW: The safety of the entire college community is a primary concern of the CTCD administration. Campus police determine curfew times for certain restricted areas on campus including parking lots, housing, all parks, Eagle Trail, the duck pond, and any other rural property owned or under the control of the college district. Curfew times for these areas vary with time change but are always enforced during the hours of darkness and/or specifically after 10 pm daily.
LOITERING: Any camping, sleeping, or overnight stays on college-owned or controlled property, not previously authorized, is prohibited. Loitering on college-owned or controlled property including buildings and parking lots is prohibited. Loitering on college premises is defined as lingering idly or aimlessly in any area of the campus without official authority. Hanging around in clusters and creating or causing unusually loud and disturbing noises and/or wandering aimlessly about campus (especially around residence hall) between the quiet hours of 11 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. is a violation of college policy. Anyone identified loitering on campus may be cited for violating the campus loitering policy, asked to leave, or arrested. And, if currently attending CTC, may also be subject to campus disciplinary action.