Student Affairs  El Alamein

Student Conduct Code

The Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport expects students to conduct themselves as responsible individuals, respecting the rights of others. All members of the AASTMT community have a strong responsibility to protect and maintain an academic climate in which the fundamental freedom to learn can be enjoyed by all. To this end, The Academy’s Code of Conduct and disciplinary procedures have been established.


The following acts will not be tolerated at AASTMT and subject the offender to disciplinary action. This list of prohibited conduct is illustrative only. Conduct at AASTMT or in direct connection with any college or college-related activity violates the code whenever it is detrimental to the security, personal safety, or welfare of the members of the college community, damages or potentially damages college or individual property or facilities, or otherwise opposes the college’s interests.

  • Knowingly furnishing false information to the college
  • Forgery, alteration, or misuse of college documents, records, or identification
  • Interference with, obstruction of, or disruption of the teaching or learning process, administration, or any other authorized college activity
  • Violation of the college’s policies against unlawful harassment and discrimination or of its other important policies for compliance with laws governing such actions
  • Causing injury or physical harm to or abusing any member or guest of the college community
  • Theft, defacing, or damage to any property of the college or to the property of any member or guest of the college community
  • Unauthorized entry into or use of college facilities
  • Violation of the country’s law on college-owned or -controlled property or at any college-supervised function
  • Possession, distribution, or use of illegal drugs on college property or at college-sponsored activities or events
  • Possession, distribution, or use of alcohol on college property or at college-sponsored activities or events
  • Possession or use of firearms, explosives, dangerous chemicals, or other dangerous weapons on college property or at college-sponsored activities
  • Unauthorized residence in college-owned or college-controlled property
  • Violation of the college’s residence agreements, rules, or other policies, including
  • Acts or threats of intimidation or harassment
  • Attempting, soliciting, assisting, or inciting another to perform an act which violates the Code of Conduct
  • Failure to comply with the direction of college officials acting in the performance of their duties