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Non–academic misconduct refers to those activities and behaviours not directly related to the learning process. Inclusive, but not limiting this definition are:

  • Violations of federal, provincial or municipal laws;
  • Threats of harm or actual harm to a person’s physical or mental well-being;
  • Disruption of or interference with university objectives, activities, facilities or operations;
  • Damage to the real or personal property of the university or its members;
  • Use of university property or facilities without authorization; and
  • Violations of university policies or procedures.

Student refers to any person who has contracted with UOIT for educational services.