All PC students are expected to have a mature and professional attitude towards their studies. This includes appropriate language, dress, behavior and participation.
Male students are required to wear a white shirt with black pants, and a black belt with a PC buckle.
Female students are required to wear a white shirt with a black skirt that is long enough to cover the student’s knees, as well as a brown belt with a PC buckle.
Both male and female students must wear a PC pin on the top right side of their shirts. Shirts must be tucked in at all times. ID cards must be worn at all times. Sandals, particularly flip-flops, are NOT acceptable.
All students are expected to behave in a respectful and courteous manner toward guards, maids, PC staff and teachers, as well as other students. Rude and aggressive behavior (including inappropriate verbal interactions) will not be tolerated. This includes racism, sexism, homophobia, social class distinction, etc.
Mahidol University is a non-smoking campus, except in designated areas. Students caught smoking outside designated areas will be put on behavioral probation and be reported to MUIC. They may also be fined according to MUIC policy and Thai law.
Alcohol and drugs are forbidden on campus. Any student who comes to class under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be asked to leave the class immediately and may be reported to the police. A first offence will automatically result in behavioral probation. If an offence is repeated, the student will be asked to leave the program. A serious offence may result in instant dismissal.
Weapons of any kind are forbidden on campus. Any student who brings a weapon to school will be asked to leave the program immediately and the case will be reported to the police.
A student who has a verbal disagreement with another student should seek help from a teacher or the office staff if the problem cannot be solved alone. Any student who gets involved in physical fighting will be asked to leave the program immediately and the case will be reported to the police. Students who are aggressive towards teachers, students or staff and/or who use inappropriate language of any kind (in any language) may be asked to leave the program and/or be reported to the police.
Students found defacing PC property will immediately be given two absent marks. They will be held responsible for paying for the damage after their parents have been notified, and they will be put on behavioral probation.
In addition, if a classroom or anything in the classroom (computer, visualizer, dictionary, etc.) is damaged or missing, and the person(s) responsible cannot be found, all of the students in that classroom must share the cost of the repairs or the replacement of the damaged/missing items.
All students must obey all traffic rules on the MUIC campus. Reckless driving and speeding will not be tolerated. Failure to adhere to traffic rules on campus will incur severe penalties and/or dismissal and/or reporting to the police.
Students who have exhibited exceptionally bad conduct and have repeatedly violated the university rules and regulations that govern student conduct are subject to immediate dismissal.