Information

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PAWS - Paradise Athletic Web System

The Paradise Athletic Web System (PAWS) is designed for athletes, and prospective athletes, at Paradise Valley Community College. PAWS will assist athletes in managing their academic and personal goals, academic eligibility and progress towards their degree.

Student-Athlete Handbook

The Student-Athlete handbook provides important information for college students. The success of our student-athletes both on the field and in the classroom is a priority for our coaches, faculty, and staff.

Code of Conduct

When you participate in intercollegiate athletic competition, you represent Paradise Valley Community College and will be in the public eye. Your personal conduct must reflect favorably upon your team and PVCC. As a member of a PVCC athletic team, you are expected to demonstrate acceptable behavior. Take a few minutes and read through the Code of Conduct.

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

The  Maricopa  County  Community  College  District  and  Paradise  Valley  Community College  does not  tolerate sexual misconduct, which includes, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual harassment, or any other forms of nonconsensual sexual activity. Sexual misconduct in any form violates the MCCCD Student Code of Conduct, along with Arizona state law.

Sexual assault can happen to anyone:  any gender, any age, any socio-economic status, any profession, any ethnic or racial identity, any sexual orientation, any religious affiliation, anyone.  You are not alone.  In most cases, the victim and assailant know each other.

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Reporting the Incident

We strongly encourage victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual harassment, or stalking to seek support and report the incident.

Where to file a report on campus:

  • PVCC Department of Public Safety           (480) 787-7900
  • PVCC Dean of Students                            (602) 787-6604
  • PVCC Title IX Coordinator                        (602) 787-7668

 

Eligibility and Physical Packet

From the PAWS web site log in and then choose the Eligibility Packet link.

Mind Body & Sport

Health and safety resources for Student-Athletes and Coaches