- 1 Overview
- 2 Admissions
- 3 Registration
- 4 Course Evaluation
- 5 Graduation
- 6 Academic Records
- 7 Academic Rights and Responsibilities
- 8 Academic Misconduct
- 9 Appeals
- 10 Test and Examination Regulations
Academic records are the property of Georgian College. The student’s academic record is confidential and will be released to others only with the student’s written permission. The student has the right to view and receive a copy of his or her records (fees may apply). Assignments, examinations and tests that the student does not claim are kept in the program area for a period of one calendar year and are then destroyed.
The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act gives the public access to certain government documents. It also protects the privacy of persons whose information is held by the government. To access information, students must request the information directly from the area of the College responsible for that information. If unsuccessful in obtaining the information required, students may contact Georgian’s co-ordinator, Freedom of Information.
When information is collected from students or about students, it will be kept confidential according to the provisions of the Act. This means that the student will be informed why the information is being collected and for what purpose it will be used. No one has access to the student’s personal information unless they require it to do their job at the College or if the student has given written permission for the information to be released.
For more information about the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, please contact the co-ordinator, Freedom of Information, at (705) 728-1968, ext. 1633