Academic Misconduct

Instructors are often the first point of contact for academic misconduct such as cheating, plagiarism, misrepresentation of facts, participation in an offence and other acts designed to gain unfair academic advantage. In addition, Instructors may have to address class disruption. Learn more about detecting and reporting academic misconduct and addressing class disruption.

Non-Academic Misconduct

The University is a complex environment in which students, faculty and staff and the general public interact. An academic community has to be safe and respectful in order to live up to its full potential in learning, teaching, and research. Learn more about how we ensure that is the case.