Penalties for Academic Misconduct

The University of Guelph’s undergraduate and graduate calendars define those activities which are classified as academic offences and stipulate the penalties and processes for dealing with alleged offences. Depending on the severity of the offence, penalties can range from an official warning (involving, among other things, a statement appended to a student’s record), to expulsion from the university or revocation of a degree if the student has already graduated.

Offenses and penalties as listed in the academic calendar

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