Student Community Standards

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Student Community Standards

Student Community Standards (SCS) is a resource for students, faculty and staff at Mount Royal University that helps define community standards for academic and personal conduct of students.

Please contact:

Karen Parsons - kparsons@mtroyal.ca or 403.440.6356 

Darlene Saltesz - dsaltesz@mtroyal.ca or 403.440.6344

For more information regarding Mount Royal’s response to COVID-19, visit mru.ca/covid19 

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Reporting an incident

Learn how to report Academic and Non-Academic Misconduct and tips on discussing the incident with the student.

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Academic Misconduct

What is Academic Integrity, what qualifies as Academic Misconduct, and what to expect when meeting with your professor and SCS.

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Non-Academic Misconduct

What is Non-Academic Misconduct and what to expect during a meeting with SCS.

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Panel hearings

Academic and Non-Academic Misconduct panels, what happens during a panel hearing, standard of proof and panel training.

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Know the code

Get familiar with the Code of Student Conduct Policy, understand the timelines and FAQs.

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About us

Our guiding principles, how to contact us and record management.

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Students have the right to:

Have classroom standards including any/all academic and non-academic expectations clearly communicated and applied consistently and fairly.

  • To be promptly notified of a misconduct allegation.
  • To have a voice and to be heard. The opportunity to explain his/her version of an academic or a non-academic incident
  • To be thoroughly informed about any/all associated procedures prior to any official process occurring 
  • To have a support person/advocate of his/her choice present at all meetings with faculty or staff.
  • To expect a resolution within a reasonable period of time. 
  • To be informed of and have access to the services of the Students’ Association of Mount Royal University (SAMRU)
  • To consistently be treated fairly and with respect. 

Students have the responsibility to:

  • Ensure they know and understand the classroom standards in each of their courses.
  • Maintain the academic expectations each course instructor requires.
  • Uphold the values of honesty and integrity in all their academic work.
  • Consistently conduct themselves in a respectful, professional manner - - in person, via telephone, electronically, via all forms of social media, or by any other means.
  • Treat all MRU community members, students, faculty and staff with respect.