My Instructor has Made Academic Misconduct Allegations Against Me, What Happens Now?

If an instructor has reasonable grounds to believe that you have committed an offence under the Code, the instructor will:

• Inform you of the action or conduct that you are suspected of committing, and give reasons

• Invite you to discuss the matter

Nothing that the student says in the discussion with the instructor may be used or receivable in evidence against the student. (The Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters, C.i.(a)(2) - "Instructors Duties")