3.12 Student Appeals
Student appeals with reference to qualifying and candidacy examinations, thesis and practicum regulations, comprehensive examinations, and any other matter relating to departmental and faculty regulations and procedures pertaining to the student's degree program may be directed to the dean of Graduate Studies, provided the problem cannot be resolved at the department level.
Professional Unsuitability Law
The University of Manitoba Senate approved a bylaw granting authority to the faculty/school to require a student to withdraw for reasons of professional unsuitability. Copies of this bylaw may be obtained from the office of the dean or director. Students are reminded of their obligation to be familiar with all regulations governing their continued progress in the program.
Policy on Disclosure and Security of Student Academic Records
Students should be aware that copies of this policy are available in the Faculty of Graduate Studies general office, 500 University Centre.
Cheating and plagiarism are forms of academic dishonesty and, as such, are subject to disciplinary action. Offences could lead to expulsion from the university. Plagiarism is the deliberate, insufficiently credited or insufficiently acknowledged use of another's work and the representation of that work as one's own. Students in doubt as to what constitutes an offense in a particular course or department should consult the professor or department heads concerned. Refer to General Academic Regulations and Policy in this Calendar.