No 'de facto' expulsion: UCalgary responds to lawyers' group

January 25, 2018

The University of Calgary has denied recent accusations from a lawyers’ group that it has ‘de facto expelled’ sex offender Connor Neurauter. “We have not disciplined Mr. Neurauter, nor have we acted based on our discipline policies,” responded UCalgary Provost Dru Marshall. “We have advised him not to return to campus this term while we work with him to develop options that would allow him to pursue his studies in a productive learning environment.” Marshall added that the safety of the campus community, including Neurauter, prompted the decision. “This is a challenging and complicated situation. It demands thoughtful and considered assessment that respects all involved.”

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