Disciplinary matters

The School exists for the pursuit of learning. Its fundamental purpose can be achieved only if its members, and visitors to it, can work and conduct their business peacefully in conditions which permit freedom of thought and expression within a frame-work of respect for the rights of other persons.


What you can do:

[Annex B of the Disciplinary regulations for students]

  1. Where an allegation of misconduct has been made, the complainant and the respondent receive, if they so wish, advice and counselling from the School or other appropriate professional individuals or organisations.
  2. Advice and counselling given by the School will inform the individuals involved of the nature of any proceedings which may be taken, their rights, and courses of action open to them. Counselling will be available in respect of the personal welfare of the individuals involved.

     
  3. The Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Dean of Graduate Studies, Adviser to Students with Disabilities/Dyslexia or Adviser to Women Students, as appropriate, will normally be responsible for ensuring that advice and counselling is available to students; and the Human Resources Director will be responsible for ensuring that advice and counselling is available to members of staff. 


Regulatory document:



 

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