The College Discipline Committee (CDC) deals with matters such as irregular practices, conflicts, or any form of offenses that occur within the confine of the College. This includes:
handling offences or irregularities of an academic nature; complaint or allegation may be made by faculty or Examination Committee;
handling all complaints of allegations in respect to offences or irregularities of a general nature; complaint or allegation may be made by faculty or by other students;
The CDC shall evaluate the evidence of innocence or guilt of an accused student. This evaluation shall include the premise that the more senior the student in terms of chronological age and the longer the student is registered with the college, the less credible are assertions of ignorance or innocence and the stronger is the case for a more severe penalty than would be imposed on a less senior student.
The CDC will conduct investigation and may impose penalties in cases where the CDC finds an offence or irregularity has occurred.
Plagiarism is the presentation of the work of another author in such a way as to give one's reader reason to think it to be one's own. This is dealt with in details under the policies on Academic Integrity.
Irregularities in Admission Procedures
A person who gains admission or assists any other person in gaining admission by any irregular procedure, for example, by falsifying an academic record or by impersonating any other person, commits an academic offence and is liable to penalty.
No student shall assault or threaten any other person with bodily harm, or cause any other person to fear bodily harm.
No student shall create a condition that unnecessarily endangers the health or safety of another person.
No student shall threaten any other person with damage to such person's property, or cause any other person to fear damage to his or her property.
Offences Involving Properties
No student shall take without authorization, misuse, destroy or damage the property or premises of the College, or property that is not his or her own, or information or intellectual property belonging to the College or any of its members.
No student shall deface the property of the College.
No student shall create a condition that unnecessarily endangers or threatens the destruction of the College or any of its members.
No student shall undertake by action, threat or otherwise, to disrupt, obstruct or adversely affect any activity organized by the College or any of its faculty, or the right of another person or persons to carry on their legitimate activities, to speak or to associate with others.
Unauthorized Use of College Name, Facilities, Equipment or Services
No student shall conduct any form of activities in the name of the College without prior approval from the College.
No student shall use any facility, equipment or service of the College, or enter or remain on any premises, to which he or she does not have legitimate access, or contrary to the expressed instruction of a person or persons authorised to give instruction.
No student shall gain access to or use any College computing or internal or external communication facility to which legitimate authorization has not been granted. No student shall use any such facility for any commercial, disruptive or unauthorized purposes or in any other way that is incompatible with Computer Laboratory Rules and Regulations.
No student shall mutilate, misplace, misfile, or render inoperable any stored information such as books, data files or programs, compact discs, computer or other information storage, processing or retrieval system.
Unauthorized Possession of Firearm or Weapon
No student shall possess a firearm or other weapon on the College premises.
Alcohol, Smoking and Drug Use
The College adopts "green" policy. No student shall be allowed to consume or sell alcohol or illegal drugs in the College. Smoking is not permitted in the College premise.
No student shall carry out political activities related to any political parties in the College premises.
Circulars and Literature
No student shall distribute unauthorized circulars and literature within the College premises without prior approval of the College.
No student shall contravene any provision of the Criminal Code or any other government statute on the premises of the College, or in the course of the College's program or services, or College-approved events or activities.
If the accused student is found guilty of any misconduct, the CDC may impose the following penalties and sanctions. More than one of the sanctions may be imposed for any single violation.
Other than expulsion, disciplinary sanctions shall not be made part of the student's academic record, but shall be kept on the student's file in the Office of Admission and Records.
No student found guilty of an offence under this regulation shall refuse to comply with the sanctions that have been imposed under the procedure of this regulation. Such refusal will constitute grounds for imposition of additional sanctions.
Warning - a letter in writing to the student that the student is violating or has violated institutional regulations.
Probation - a written reprimand for violation of specified regulations. Probation is for a designated period of time and includes the probability of more severe disciplinary sanctions if the student is found to be violating any institutional regulations during probationary period.
Loss of privileges -- denial of specified privileges for a designated period of time.
Fines -- previously established and published fines may be imposed.
Restitution - Compensation for loss, damage or injury. This may take the form of appropriate service and/or monetary or material replacement
Conditions - conditions may be imposed upon a student's continued attendance.
Suspension - suspension of the student from the College for a specified period of time, after which the student is eligible to return. Conditions and re-admission clause may be specified.
Dismissal - permanent dismissal of the student from the College.