Why would a student be referred to a Conduct Committee?

Why would a student be referred to a Conduct Committee?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s students

​In cases of more serious breaches of University regulations, a student may be, where applicable, referred to a University Academic Conduct Committee (UACC) or a University Disciplinary Committee (UDC).

These committees will hear the case against the student and, if the allegations are proven, will impose a suitable penalty.

Both committees can permanently expel students from the University if a breach is found to be serious enough.

Students who are asked to appear before these committees are recommended seek representation from the ENSA Advice​ and staff should advise students in this situation to seek this advice.

Read the University Regulations.

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