This section includes information on addressing policy violations, finding support resources, and understanding McGill’s policy structure. If you’re unsure of your situation or how best to move forward, feel free to get in touch at email@example.com.
Addressing Violations The University places the onus on students to address most policy violations around academic assessments. As a result, informal resolution is typically an ad-hoc and uneven process. However, our goal is to provide you with a roadmap in order to achieve the best outcomes and save you from undue stress. The Student Advocacy branch of the Legal Information … Continue reading Addressing violations
University Student Assessment Policy / Politique de l’Université relative à l’évaluation des étudiants Expands on key assessment provisions from various other documents Starting point for issues related to syllabi, exams, re-grading, accommodations and more These university-wide regulations may be dependent on Faculty- and Department-specific procedures Charter of Students’ Rights / Charte des droits de l’étudiants (Version Française pas disponible) Outlines … Continue reading McGill Policies
The following resources exist to provide support and may also assist with interpreting specific policies, developing accommodations, or providing documentation: Peer Resources Student Advocacy (Legal Information Clinic at McGill) Peer Support Centre McGill Students’ Nightline Sexual Assault Centre of the McGill Students’ Society (SACOMSS) University Resources Faculty Advisors Office of the Dean of Students Office … Continue reading Support Resources