Fanshawe College has a number of policies related to the prevention or resolution of difficulties that students sometimes encounter.
The policies define procedures to resolve complaints, to launch academic appeals, and to protect human rights. Policies also define some of the expectations the College has about student behaviour and responsibilities, including sanctions which may be applied when offences occur. They also provide you with information which can impact your life, including refund and withdrawal dates, or rules for academic progression.
It is important that you are aware of the policies which apply to you, what they are about, and how to get to them. Use the link below to access PDF versions of Fanshawe College's policies and procedures. They are also available in the Library, Fanshawe Student Union office, the Student Success Centre, Academic Offices, the Ombuds Office and the main offices of the Regional Campuses.
Student Code of Conduct
The Student Code of Conduct is a College policy that defines the standard of conduct expected of all students while enrolled at Fanshawe College. In light of recent revisions to the existing policy, it is important that students are aware of amendments, understand implications and know their rights and responsibilities.
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