Concordia distributes sanction letters

June 5, 2012

Concordia University students who blocked others from going to class or otherwise disrupted campus life during the class boycott are facing sanctions that include anything from community service to expulsion. Letters from Concordia went out last Friday to students who face charges under the institution's code of conduct. Students say the timing is unfair as many have already dispersed for the summer, and the student union is in transition. They will ask to have the sanctions dropped, says Concordia Student Union's president. Montreal Gazette