The Office of Student Conduct [OSC] serves as an information centre and facilitator for student judicial affairs and strives to act as a neutral resource to support faculty, staff and students, providing information, advice and procedural direction. The objective of the OSC is to work collectively with faculty and various other resources on campus in educating students about academic integrity, respect for others, and to consistently promote the importance of upholding the fundamental values of: Honesty, Trust, Fairness, Respect, & Responsibility. Holding ourselves to these standards as a community is an integral part of the learning process and essential in fostering an environment of integrity at MR.
The Office of Student Conduct is committed to supporting and engaging in awareness activities at the institution, in continuing to identify and make available resource material for students and faculty, to participate in external conversations about this topic, and to review existing practices throughout the campus to ensure consistency with the Code.
Services provided by the Office of Student Conduct
• Administers policy, procedures and practices
• Assists in interpretation of policy
• Facilitates Code of Student Conduct process
• Provides administrative support on forms, incident documentation, records management
• Trains Board Members
• Provides regular management reporting on incidents
Guiding principles of the Office of Student Conduct
• Honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility
• Appropriate use of peer adjudicators
• Restorative Justice where applicable
• Accountability for all members of Mount Royal's community in student judicial affairs
• Consistent, transparent and expedient processes
This site is intended to be used as a tool to provide you, the user, with information about the Office of Student Conduct, student judiciary processes at MR and to provide you with answers to questions that may arise when you have been cited with a misconduct incident, or when you are responsible for reporting an incident of misconduct.