Other Policies and Bylaws
of Champlain Regional College
Other Policies and Bylaws of Champlain Regional College
The Institutional Policy on the Evaluation of Student Achievement (IPESA) is only one of the policies of Champlain Regional College. For a complete list of all of Champlain Regional College's policies and bylaws, including policies and bylaws regarding admissions, fees, harassment, and many other subjects, click on the link below.
Some of the policies or bylaws directly related to your studies are described briefly below.
Bylaw 8 Concerning Student Success
Under Bylaw 8, the college identifies students who are at risk of having academic difficulty when they start their studies, as well as students who have had academic difficulties in any given semester. If you fail more than half of your course load for the first time, you may be required to sign a contract and/or change programs. If the situation occurs for a second consecutive semester or on a repeated basis, you may be suspended for up to one academic year. See the bylaw or the Academic Advisor for more details.
Institutional Code of Student Conduct
The Institutional Code of Student Conduct defines various forms of misconduct, both in class and outside of class, and it provides details on sanctions and appeals. The code mentions the Designated Administrator (DA) as being responsible. The DA depends on the situation. The DA for the relevant sections of the code is provided below.