XIII. University of Guelph General Information

Policy on Non-Academic Misconduct


10. Students have a responsibility to help support community members’ access to the tools they need to engage in their learning and development, both in and outside of the classroom. An example of this type of responsibility is the requirement to abide by the following:

  1. University Property - to respect posted hours and limits on entry where such conditions exist.

  2. Property - to not destroy, tamper with, deface or vandalize, monopolize, unlawfully access, remove, obtain through fraudulent means, or possess property not your own, including but not limited to property of the University and personal property.

  3. Disruption - to not interfere with the normal functioning of the University, nor to intimidate, interfere with, threaten or otherwise obstruct any activity organized by the University, including classes, or to hinder other members of the University community from being able to carry on their legitimate activities, including their ability to speak or associate with others.

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