Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
It is in the interest of the University’s academic mission that every student adheres to the highest standards of scholarly integrity. As such, academic dishonesty is taken seriously: engaging in behaviours that are in breach of, or otherwise seek to abuse the University's academic policy will not be tolerated. ~ Office of the Registrar
Know the Rules!
- See Section I for information regarding Confidentiality & Release of Student Records
- See Section V for information regarding Examinations (Specifically Section VC regarding Examination Rules)
- See Section VII for information regarding Academic Misconduct
Academic Integrity Policy
This Policy applies to the academic activities of all registered Undergraduate and Graduate Students, both on and off campus, and includes Students registered in non-degree programs.
Student Code of Conduct (Academic)
Student Code of Conduct (non-Academic)
Brock University is a distinct community of students, staff and faculty, involved in learning, teaching, research and other activities. All members of the community are expected to support an environment that is conducive to the personal and professional growth of all who study, work and live within it.
Brock University Respectful Work & Learning Environment Policy
Brock University is committed to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive community where our students, Staff, faculty, course participants, volunteers and visitors can work and learn in an environment that respects the dignity and worth of members of the Brock community.
This policy applies to:
- All students, course participants, staff, faculty, and volunteers of Brock University.
- Any visitors to Brock University.
This policy is in effect at all times – fifty-two (52) weeks per year, seven (7) days per week, twenty-four (24) hours per day, and is not limited to working days!
Respectful Work & Learning Environment Policy (pdf)