Queen's University releases revised code of conduct

March 27, 2008

Kingston neighbours of Queen's University are happy to hear about proposed changes to the school's non-academic code of conduct.  Queen's released the proposed revisions to the code on Monday, after months of work by a panel of staff, students and faculty.  If the document is accepted by senate, the code will go into effect for June.  The code requires that any punishable actions have a "real and substantial connection" to the university. The revised code continues to rely on the community to report incidents, which some community members feel is not enough.  The Whig-Standard