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- Academic Discipline
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- Non-Academic Discipline
- Non-Academic Discipline Appeals
- Sexual Violence & Sexual Harassment
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NOTE: For any questions not addressed here, please contact your Registrar or the head of your Division as most hearings pertaining to non-academic misconduct are held at the Divisional level. If you are a graduate student please contact the School of Graduate Studies.
may i have a legal representative?
Yes. If you are charged with a non-academic offence, retaining legal representation is strongly encouraged. (See Finding Legal Representation to locate legal assistance)
are hearings open to the public?
Hearings are open to members of the University, unless a Hearing Officer orders it closed.
what must the investigating officer prove in order for the hearing office to return a finding of guilt?
The onus of proof is on the head of the Division (as represented by the Investigating Officer), who must show on clear and convincing evidence that the accused has committed the offence alleged. (Paragraph 14, Memorandum of Procedures for Hearings arising from the Code of Student Conduct).
are these hearings recorded?
Yes. Non-academic discipline hearings are recorded by the Hearing Officer. The head of the Division keeps the recordings for at least 90 days after the reasons for the Decision for the matter has been issued. (Page 11, Paragraph 7, Code of Student Conduct’s Memorandum on the Maintenance and Use of the Records of Non-Academic Discipline Proceedings)
am i allowed to appeal the decision of the hearing officer?
Yes. You may appeal the Hearing Officer’s decision to the Discipline Appeals Board of the Governing Council within 21 calendar days.