Code of Student Conduct

The purpose of the Code of Student Conduct (the Code) is to define the responsibility of all Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning (Humber) and University of Guelph-Humber (Guelph-Humber) students to act in a manner that respects the rights, safety and wellbeing of others. The intent of the Code is to provide a framework to resolve issues when civility and respect for the rights of others break down and informal resolution is not possible. These principles and values can only be realized in an atmosphere of respect, safety and security.

In the context of the Code, the goal and responsibility of Humber is to provide an academic community encompassing all aspects of college life, such that the pursuit of education and personal growth can take place in a safe and welcoming environment. The Code includes coverage of incidents that occur both on and off campus, which affect the Humber workplace, living and study environment. Off campus activities may include, but are not limited to, college-related social functions, in the course of work or academic placements, off-campus field trips, or work or academic related travel.

[Note: For the purposes of the Code of Student Conduct, all references to Humber are inclusive of both Humber and Guelph-Humber.]

Any student found responsible of prohibited conduct within the Code of Student Conduct can complete a Non-Academic Appeal Request Form. Students have 10 business days to submit a written appeal to the Office of the President (D165, North Campus).

For more information regarding the non-academic appeal process, please contact the Manager of Community Judicial Affairs, Lara Hof (North & Orangeville Campuses) at extension 5723 or Shaun Carson (Lakeshore Campus) at extension 3633.