Residents may object to disciplinary sanctions. In such cases, these steps should be followed to ensure that the Campus Living Office considers the objection.
Residents can appeal a sanction or an eviction, imposed under this contract, within 5 business days of receiving the letter which outlines the discipline. To initiate the appeal a Resident must contact the Director of Ancillary Services via email or letter and submit all information supporting their appeal.
The Director of Ancillary Services will then interview: the Resident, individuals involved in the events leading to the sanction or eviction, and Campus Living Management. The Director of Ancillary Services will then determine whether to uphold the discipline issued by Campus Living, increase the severity of discipline, or rescind the discipline. The decision of the Director is final.
In the event of an eviction appeal, a Resident may request to stay in residence pending the appeal. Such a request must be made in writing to the Director of Ancillary Services with supporting reasons.
The Director of Ancillary Services will consider the reasons for eviction and risks associated with the Resident remaining in residence, in determining whether to grant or deny such a request.
For example, if the Resident is evicted for assault of another Resident, or for violent or threatening behaviour, the Director of Ancillary Services is unlikely to allow the Resident to stay.
This Campus Living Contract between Red River College and the Resident supersedes College Policy S2 – Student Discipline and S3 – Appeals. Accordingly, discipline imposed under this contract will be administered in accordance with the processes and appeal process outlined in this contract.
Campus Living Staff are unable to discuss any discipline matters under investigation by Campus Living or pending evictions without written permission from all involved. This is a strict regulation due to FIPPA (Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection Act).