Student Conduct

Consideration for others and respect for each person is a principal way of life within the university community.  Students, academic staff, support staff and administrators must be able to work and study in an environment that is free from harassment, discrimination, and intimidation, that all members of the community are entitled to fair and humane treatment, and that all will conduct themselves appropriately, respectfully and responsibly. 

A primary responsibility of the University is to provide its students with the opportunity for inquiry and the freedom to discuss and express one’s views openly without fear of retaliation, or abuse of person or property.   These attributes are the foundation of good citizenship.

To this end, students have an obligation to act in a fair and respectful manner toward their peers, the faculty, staff, administration and the physical property of the University and others. Integrity and personal conduct, both on-campus and off-campus, are critical elements in achieving these goals.  Learn more...

Specific issues regarding student non-academic misconduct will be directed to the Associate Vice-President (Student Affairs).  Learn more...

Acts of academic dishonesty or misconduct will be forwarded to the relevent Dean. Learn more...