- Academic Appeals
Academic Discipline & Academic Discipline Appeals
- Academic Discipline
- Academic Discipline Appeals
Non-Academic Discipline & Non-Academic Discipline Appeals
- Non-Academic Discipline
- Non-Academic Discipline Appeals
- Sexual Violence & Sexual Harassment
- University-Mandated Leave Policy
- Complaint and Resolution Council for Student Societies (CRCSS)
- Advancement Review Panel - CUPE 3902 Unit 3
- Clinical Faculty Academic Clinical Tribunal
- Clinical Faculty Grievance Review Panel
- UTFA Tenure Appeals
- UTFA Grievances
- UTFA Workload Adjudication
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Downtown Legal Services (DLS) can help! DLS is a legal clinic with experience representing students in the non-academic discipline appeals process. It is located on the University of Toronto campus and provides free legal services to students who qualify.
The Code of Student Conduct creates a standard of behaviour for all students at the University of Toronto and provides a process for dealing with behaviour falling below the standard. That process may involve the appointment of a Hearing Officer to determine whether a student’s behaviour constitutes an offence under the Code of Student Conduct and, if so, the appropriate sanction. An appeal from the decision of a Hearing Officer can be made to the Discipline Appeals Board.
do you want an easy way to understand the non-academic discipline appeals process?
Click below for an easy-to-understand flowchart illustrating the entire non-academic discipline appeals process.