Academic Integrity policies and procedures
Creating a culture of academic integrity requires efforts on behalf of everyone who is part of the university community: students, faculty, and staff. Faculty and academic staff have three main responsibilities with regard to academic dishonesty: prevention, detection and response. The following is a list of relevant University policies, regulations and online resources.

ROASS (Responsibilities of Academic Staff with Regard to Students)
This document provides some specific direction to academic staff with regard to their responsibilities to students. See Section 2.5 n and Schedule A for information about what to include in course outlines.

Academic Calendar - General Academic Regulations
The statements on academic integrity, including definitions for academic misconduct including plagiarism and cheating and examination personation referred to in the above ROASS sections are found in the General Academic Regulations of the Academic Calendar:

Invigilation of tests and exams
The Final Examination Procedures provides instructions to invigilators. As well, the Student Advocacy office has prepared an online list of Invigilator Frequently Asked Questions.

Student Discipline Bylaw and Procedures
All matters involving student academic or non-academic misconduct must be handled in accordance to the process outlined in the Student Discipline Bylaw and related procedures.

Student Discipline Bylaw

Student Academic Misconduct Procedure
Student Non-Academic Misconduct and Concerning Behaviour Procedure
Student Discipline Appeal Procedure

This online table provides an overview of policies related to student discipline (pdf)