- 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
will a decision be issued?
For a detailed explanation of the decision issuance process, please see paragraph 13 of the Memorandum of Procedures for Hearings arising from page 11 of the Code of Student Conduct.
Where a Hearing Officer determines that you committed an offence, he or she shall impose a sanction(s) and give reasons for the decision.
A copy of any letter imposing a sanction(s) will be copied to the ADFG Office.
can i appeal the decision of the hearing officer?
Yes, upon receipt of the Hearing Officer's decision, if you wish to appeal the decision of the Hearing Officer , you may file a Notice of Appeal with the ADFG Office within 21 calendar days after being given notice of the Decision.
will my case be published?
For a detailed explanation of the publication of records, please see paragraph 5 of the Code of Student Conduct’s Memorandum on the Maintenance and Use of the Records of Non-Academic Discipline Proceedings.
The Hearing Officer or the Discipline Appeals Board may make recommendations to the Vice-President & Provost that the nature of the offence and the sanction be published in the University newspapers. Where circumstances warrant, the Hearing Officer or the Discipline Appeals Board may also order the publication of your name, if convicted.
The Vice-President & Provost has the discretion to withhold publication of your name.