We encourage all student employees to review the following policies and procedures:
- Professional Standards for Learners and Faculty Members
- UBC Statement on Respectful Environment for Students, Faculty and Staff
- Learner Mistreatment Help
- Policy and Processes to Address Unprofessional Behavior (including harassment, intimidation) in the Faculty of Medicine
- AP7: Graduate Student Teaching Policy
- HR10: Employment Equity Policy
- SC7: Discrimination Policy
STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT
The Student Code of Conduct sets out the standards of conduct expected of students. It holds individuals and groups responsible for the consequences of their actions. Failure to fulfill these responsibilities may result in the withdrawal of privileges or the imposition of sanctions.
DISCIPLINE FOR ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT
All applicants to UBC programs are responsible for ensuring that all application materials they submit to UBC are true and complete and all UBC students are expected to behave as honest and responsible members of an academic community. Breaching those expectations or failing to follow the applicable policies, regulations, rules, or guidelines with respect to academic integrity constitutes academic misconduct and may have serious consequences. Please review the Discipline for Academic Misconduct section for further information.
FINAL EXAM HARDSHIP
An examination hardship is defined as the occurrence of an examination candidate being faced with three (3) or more formal examinations scheduled within a 24-hour period (e.g., from 8:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m. the following day). This policy is applicable to all formal examinations associated with academic courses at the University.