Students can expect to learn and work in an environment that is civil, safe and respectful of their well-being and dignity.
- the right to protection and accommodation under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (subject to limitations), such as for a documented physical, learning, medical, mental health or religious requirement;
- the right to receive academic information as may be necessary to understand the requirements to successfully complete the course or academic program;
- the right to view submitted course work, to have the evaluation explained and reassessed, when appropriate; and
- the right to use facilities designated by the college as available for student use.
- the right to learn and work in an environment that is safe, secure, free from harassment and/or discrimination and be treated with respect and dignity.
- the right to inquire and be informed about the rules and regulations of the college that affect students, including all policies, procedures and regulations;
- the right to confidentiality and access to personal records as provided for under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act; and
- the right to have a person you trust present at meetings with the college.
- the right to express personal opinions and views, subject always to the general law and laws of defamation;
- the right to self-identification and expression of personal and cultural identity and traditional knowledge, without fear of reprisal;
- the right to make a complaint and/or inquire about academic or other college matters and to receive a response, without fear of reprisal;
- the right to be informed of, and be able to respond to, allegations of unacceptable behaviour or any conduct for which sanctions are imposed; and
- the right to form, join, or take part in a lawful group or organization in accordance with student responsibilities.
The format for co-op and field placements will be determined by program teams and communicated to students.