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Process & Representation

1. Meeting with Professor

The student will meet with the Professor bringing the allegation.


2. Exploratory Meeting

Meet with an official appointed to investigate (usually called the Dean’s Designate). If the Dean’s Designate finds no wrongdoing, the matter will conclude. In many cases, the Dean’s Designate may apply a sanction and not refer the matter to a formal hearing.

3. Hearing

Following this meeting, should a case proceed further, there will be a formal hearing before a tribunal or committee.

4. Appeals

There may also be an appeals process if either party is not satisfied with the decision of the tribunal or committee.

5. Judicial Review

Judicial review of the final decision is possible depending on the circumstances.

Academic Appeals
Exploratory Meetings
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