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Regulations Governing Discipline for Academic and Non-academic Misconduct Approved by University of Regina Senate February 14, 2004
 

Summary: Regulations Governing Discipline for Academic and Non-academic Misconduct
Approved by University of Regina Senate February 14, 2004
Effective Date: May 1, 2004
Modified: June 1, 2005 to come into effect July 1, 2005
1. General
1.1 Student Behaviour
1.1.1 Students of the University of Regina (the "University") are expected to conduct themselves responsibly and
with propriety both in their studies and in their general behaviour, and are expected to abide by all policies
and regulations of the University. Misconduct, which may be academic (that is, in academic studies) or
non-academic (in general behaviour), is subject to disciplinary action.
1.2 Scope
1.2.1 Throughout these regulations, all references to the University include its federated and related colleges,
namely Luther College, Campion College and First Nations University of Canada (formerly Saskatchewan
Indian Federated College), and these regulations apply to all students of all such entities who are also
University of Regina students, and to all students of any regional college who are taking courses through
the University. All references herein to a "faculty" shall be read as including the relevant College or
program, the Centre for Continuing Education and the Institut franšais, where the context requires.
1.3 Principle of Progressive Discipline
1.3.1 Actions taken and penalties imposed when misconduct has been determined will be guided by the principle
of progressive discipline. To that end penalties assigned and actions taken will:

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics