The decision maker must decide on a penalty.
The minimum penalty for academic misconduct on any assignment or other form of evaluation in a course is a grade reduction which can include a "zero" (0) on the work. Minimum for a graduate student is "zero" (0) on the work.
The minimum penalty for a graduate student is a grade of "zero" (0) on the work.
A grade of “F” in the course may be assigned.
Temporary or permanent removal from a co-op program option, placement, internship or practicum in which you are currently enrolled may be assigned.
For academic misconduct outside of a course, the minimum penalty is a Disciplinary Notification (DN) on the academic record, but an initial decision maker may recommend additional penalties as outlined in Policy 60, Section 5.3.
When appropriate, a decision maker may assign a “Fail” or “Unsatisfactory”.
A course-grade reduction greater than a grade of “zero” (0) on the work but less than an “F” in the course may be assigned. Note: This can only be applied to course components worth 10% or less, and any additional penalty cannot exceed 10% of the final course grade. Students must be given prior notice that such a penalty will be assigned (e.g. on the course outline, on the assignment handout, etc.).
Recommendation of Disciplinary Suspension (DS) from 1 term to 2 years. Recommendation of Disciplinary Withdrawal (DW) from a specific program and fully withdrawn from university for at least two years.
Recommendation of Expulsion. Permanent removal from Ryerson University.
Recommendation of Revocation of a Degree, Diploma or Certificate.