Conduct

If you are concerned about the conduct of another person or if you have been accused of some form of misconduct, consult Rights and Responsibilities for a brief overview of the Code of Student Conduct, freedom of speech, obstruction, discrimination, harassment, alcohol use, use of technology, cheating and plagiarism, library conduct, copyright in courses, accommodations for religious observances and other matters.

If you want to know more about how the University deals with cheating, or if you have been accused of academic misconduct, consult Academic Integrity for links to information on plagiarism and other academic offences and the procedures that apply if a student is suspected of having committed an offence under the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters, as well as to reports on the outcomes of cases that have appeared at the University Tribunal. If you want to know more about how the University deals with non-academic misconduct by students, consult The Student's Companion to the Code of Student Conduct and the Code of Student Conduct.

If you would like to talk with us about a situation involving such matters, please contact us.

If you need legal advice, you may be able to obtain it from Downtown Legal Services, a service offered by students in the Faculty of Law whose work is overseen by qualified lawyers. They are familiar with the University’s disciplinary procedures.