Student Conduct

NorQuest Code of Conduct

Refer to Student Judicial Affairs Policy

The College, all members of the College, and the College community have responsibilities in creating and maintaining a safe, non-threatening, and respectful campus environment. In particular, each person will be bound by the following specific provisions.

Conduct Toward Others

I will demonstrate respect for the dignity and individuality of all persons by:

  • Promoting an environment that is free of any form of harassment or discrimination
  • Refusing to tolerate verbal or physical abuse or the threat of abuse
  • Refraining from behaviours that interfere with or disrupt the learning, living, or work life of others
  • Treating confidential information appropriately
  • Encouraging others to feel welcome and safe

Personal Conduct

I will demonstrate a high standard of personal conduct at NorQuest and in other activities related to NorQuest by:

  • Upholding the law
  • Refraining from behaviour that would bring the College into disrepute
  • Not engaging in inappropriate sexual behaviour
  • Refraining from inappropriate possession or consumption of any intoxicating substance, or functioning under the influence of any intoxicating substance
  • Being reliable in my commitment to participate in work, study, and related activities
  • Refraining from using a position of trust to receive special benefits or consideration, or financial or material gain for myself or others
  • Using appropriately any real or perceived position of authority
  • Practising honesty consistently in my academic or work life
  • Supporting an atmosphere that encourages the respectful exchange and examination of diverse ideas in order to further the development of our learning environment

Conduct Toward Property

I will respect College assets and the property of others by working to create an environment that treats these assets with respect and does not condone:

  • Theft, vandalism, or damage of property
  • Unauthorized use or entry to any space or property
  • Violation of civil or criminal statutes

Awareness and College Community Responsibility

I will practise integrity by supporting others in adherence to this policy by:

  • Recognizing how this policy is connected with a number of more in-depth College policies, procedures, and provincial and federal legislation
  • Taking responsibility for learning how related legislation, policies, and procedures apply to my situation

Office of Student Judicial Affairs

See Office of Student Judicial Affairs for more information related to academic and non-academic misconduct procedures.