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EHBA student code of conduct

The Edmonton Hispanic Bilingual Association is a community of students and instructors engaged in learning, teaching, and other cultural activities. All members of this community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that contributes positively to an environment in which respect, civility, diversity, and inclusiveness are valued. EHBA is committed to assuring the success of the instructional program both at the individual and the community level. The student code of conduct reflects a concern for these values and tries to ensure that EHBA students, instructors, and administrative staff can make use of and enjoy the activities, facilities and benefits without undue interference from others.

Prohibited conduct under the code includes but is not limited to:

  • Disrupting instructional activities. This includes constant/unnecessary interruptions to the instructor or to other students during class.

  • Making offensive or discriminatory remarks to the instructor or other students.

  • Hazing.

  • Sharing the online virtual classroom password to any external institutions, students without a paid registration, or any other unauthorized people without written permission from the EHBA administration.

  • Sharing, distributing, copying, or selling class materials (including electronic resources) to third parties.

  • Endangering the health or safety of others.

  • Using the McKernan School facilities, equipment, services or computers without written authorization from EHBA.

  • Making false accusations against any EHBA member or an EHBA student.

  • Assaulting, harassing, intimidating, or threatening another individual or group.

  • Stealing, misusing, destroying, defacing or damaging McKernan property or property belonging to someone else.

  • Forging, altering or misusing EHBA-issued documents or records.

  • Storing, possessing or using real or replica firearms or other weapons, explosives (including fireworks), ammunition, or toxic or otherwise dangerous materials on-premises.

  • Using, possessing or distributing illegal drugs.

  • Violating city and provincial liquor bylaws.

  • Encouraging, aiding, or conspiring in any prohibited conduct.


Disciplinary measures that may be imposed under the code include but are not limited to:


  • Written warning.

  • Loss of EHBA student privileges and/or student fees.

  • Probation, during which certain conditions must be fulfilled and good behaviour must be demonstrated.

  • Restriction or prohibition of access to, or use of, facilities, services, activities or programs.

  • Payment of costs or compensation for any loss, damage or injury caused by the conduct.​​

  • Suspension from the academic program or any other EHBA-related activity.

  • Expulsion.

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