Non-Academic Misconduct – Student Code of Conduct

All matters of discipline are dealt with in accordance with the University Act. Pursuant to section 61 of the Act, the President of the University has the power to suspend a student and to deal summarily with any matter of student discipline. Student Discipline at the University is governed by the Student Conduct and Discipline section of the UBC Vancouver Calendar and the Student Discipline section of the UBC Okanagan Calendar.

To advise the President on matters of non-academic discipline at UBC Vancouver and UBC Okanagan, the President has established the President’s UBC Vancouver Non-Academic Misconduct Committee and the President’s UBC Okanagan Non-Academic Misconduct Committee. The Rules for the President’s UBC Vancouver and UBC Okanagan Non-Academic Misconduct Committees set out the procedure to be followed when an allegation of non-academic misconduct is made against a UBC student.

In accordance with the Rules for the President’s UBC Vancouver and UBC Okanagan Non-Academic Misconduct Committees, the Office of the University Counsel has prescribed the following forms:


The President’s UBC Vancouver Non-Academic Misconduct Committee:

Chair:
Prof. Janine Benedet, K.C., Professor, Allard School of Law

Members:
Mr. Alirod Ameri-Heydari, Juris Doctor, Allard School of Law
Ms. Katherine Feng, Undergraduate Student, Pharmacology
Mr. Nicholas Feng, Undergraduate Student, Nursing
Mr. Zichun Guo, Undergraduate Student, Biology
Ms. Joyce Lam, Graduate Student, Neuroscience
Ms. Dami Mabadeje, Undergraduate Student, Biology
Mr. Alexander Martin, Undergraduate Student, Forestry
Mr. Aadim Rajan, Unclassified Student
Ms. Lulu Yang, Graduate Student, Medical Residency

The President’s UBC Okanagan Non-Academic Misconduct Committee:

Chair:
Ms. Dana Lowton, Assistant Director, Global Engagement Office

Members:
Ms. Kyla Christianson, Undergraduate Student, Nursing
Mr. Mihai Covaser, Undergraduate Student, Arts – French
Ms. Jennifer Gideon, Undergraduate Student, Human Kinetics
Ms. Mashal Narsi, Undergraduate Student, Arts
Ms. Olivia Skinner, Undergraduate Student, Sociology