GFC Campus Law Review Committee
The GFC Campus Law Review Committee (CLRC) has delegated responsibility from General Faculties Council (GFC) for reviewing on a regular basis the University’s Code of Student Behaviour, which details academic and non-academic behaviours that are unacceptable to the University and the procedures to be followed if a student or student group is charged with misconduct, and student disciplinary procedures and reports annually on the number and disposition of discipline cases. It also has delegated responsibility for reviewing the University’s Code of Applicant Behaviour and the Practicum Intervention Policy. It is responsible for considering proposed changes to the Residence Community Standards Policy (in UAPPOL) and receives reports from the University’s Residence Services on the application of the residences’ restorative justice system. From time to time the Chair of GFC CLRC will bring forward to GFC CLRC items where the Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic), in consultation with other units or officers of the University, is seeking the advice of the committee. These matters may include, but are not limited to, rules and regulations other than discipline codes.
Upcoming Meeting Material
Motion and Final Document Summary
Past Meeting Material
Terms of Reference
CLRC Orientation Manual