What is misconduct?
Misconduct is broadly defined by the College and can be deemed minor or major depending on the circumstances of the case. Examples may include:
- Disruption of academic, administrative, sporting, social or activities of the College
- Misuse of College premises, facilities or properties
- Failure to treat others fairly and with respect
- Harassment of any student, staff or visitor to the College
What will happen if I am accused of misconduct?
If you have been accused of misconduct, the College may take disciplinary action. An investigation will decide if you have committed a breach of discipline, on the balance of probabilities.
What does an investigation involve?
An investigation is a fact finding process to establish evidence and the circumstances of the case. The investigator's aim is to impartially collect evidence, not to build a case against you. The investigation may involve interviewing who made the complaint, who the complaint is against, and any witnesses.
The full student disciplinary procedure can be found here.