Faculty ofBusinessISC 100 – Introduction to Studies at SenecaServices @ Seneca AssignmentKey information to reviewAll information can be found within our course site and the Seneca CollegewebsiteName of your Program : accountingName of your Student Advisor : DeannaMacDonaldName of your Program Coordinator: Simon LeeName of your Career DevelopmentCoordinator :Hana El-KaissiRoom number of the Seneca Business MainOffice : C3050The Student Code of Conduct helps to foster community and respect. . Know your rightsand responsibilities. However, it outlines 5 specific prohibited conducts. List and brieflyexplain=>3.1 This code is based on common sense and mutual respect. However, there arespecific, prohibited behaviours that are outlined in sections 3.3 to 3.7 of this code andin other Seneca policies, including:Sexual Assault and Violence PolicyDiscrimination and Harassment PolicyPersonal Safety/Security Threats PolicyInformation Technology Acceptable Use PolicyCopyright Information PolicyFair Dealing for Copyright-Protected Work PolicyAcademic PolicySmoking Policy.Any conduct that violates the laws and regulations of Ontario, Canada or themunicipalities where Seneca has campuses will also be considered a violation of thiscode. This includes acts such as theft, violence, weapon offences, drug offences,1
trespassing and fraud. It also includes contraventions of theOntario Human RightsCodeandthe Cannabis Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018*.3.2 Any unacceptable behaviour that is contrary to the spirit of this code may also beconsidered a violation.3.3 Disruptive BehaviourStudents must not obstruct or disrupt, or attempt to obstruct or disrupt, any Senecaactivities. Examples of disruptive behaviour include non-compliance with instructionsfrom a Seneca official, breaking Seneca’s Information Acceptable Use Policy orfailing to produce student identification when requested.3.4 Disorderly Conduct3.5 Abusive Communication3.6 False or Misleading Information3.6.1 Students must not provide false or misleading information to Seneca officialsor on official Seneca records, including making malicious or bad faith complaintsunder this code.