Process Specific Resources & Documents

If you have not already spoken with your Registrar about your Academic Discipline matter, it is important that you speak with them immediately.


Academic Integrity at the University of Toronto


University Offices

Office of the University Ombudsperson
St. George, Student Life Programs & Services
UTM, Student Affairs & Services
UTSC, Student Affairs & Services


Legal Resources

Downtown Legal Services (DLS)
Law Society Referral Service
Legal Aid

The DLS intake lines are normally closed during the following periods:

  • The month of December and first two weeks of January.
  • The month of April and first two weeks of May.
  • The last week of August and first two weeks of September.


Divisional and Faculty Registrar and/or Dean's Offices

Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
Faculty of Arts and Science (Registrar's Office)
Faculty of Arts and Science (Office of Student Academic Integrity)
Faculty of Dentistry
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Nursing
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Faculty of Pharmacy
Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education
School of Graduate Studies
University of Toronto Mississauga
University of Toronto Scarborough

*NOTE: If you are a Graduate student, please contact directly the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Registrar's Office for assistance.


Key Documents

Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters

The Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters spells out offenses, procedures in cases involving students and faculty members, as well as appeals. You will also find information relevant to sanctions, Divisional procedures and Tribunal procedures related to cases of academic discipline/misconduct.

Rules of Practice and Procedure

The Rules of Practice and Procedure govern various process issues that may arise at the Tribunal level.

Policy on Official Correspondence with Students

The Policy on Official Correspondence with Students outlines requirements of all students receiving official correspondence from the University, to maintain a current postal and email address on the University's student information system (ROSI), and to monitor those addresses on a regular basis. Failure to maintain or monitor is not an excuse for failing to receive official correspondence from the University, and in the case of the Tribunal or Discipline Appeals Board, may result in a hearing proceeding in the student's absence.