Student code of conduct

The document below explains how University policies regarding student behaviour are interpreted and applied within the Tri-Faculty (Faculties of Humanities, Science, and Social Sciences). A list of the policies informing this document can be found in its final section and in the Relevant policies drop-down below. This document is subject to these University policies and procedures, including those that govern appeals.

Tri-Faculty standards for professional behaviour

Like the University, the Tri-Faculty is committed to providing a respectful and productive learning environment. All members of our community, including students, have both the right to experience and the responsibility to help create such an environment.

Professionalism is expected from all students enrolled in courses in the Tri-Faculty regardless of whether they are enrolled in a degree program in the Tri-Faculty. These standards for professional behaviour apply both to interactions in person and online.