(Effective December 2010) Laurentian University encourages the creation and pursuit of knowledge through a broad range of academic programs, scholarly activities, research, publications, and learning environment. Students, faculty, and staff are called to uphold the highest standards in all their scholarly work. As such, academic integrity is a fundamental principle of the University based on the following core values: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, accountability, transparency and responsibility.
This document outlines clear statements of appropriate academic conduct for students. It also provides examples of unaccepted/prohibited academic behaviors and the processes used by the university to ensure fair treatment and consistent application of the principles in this document.
N.B. Laurentian University’s Academic Regulations apply to all programs and courses at Thorneloe University.
Under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), all faculty and staff at Thorneloe University (including part-time sessional faculty, and other part-time staff) must complete the following training requirements:
Both training requirements (Phase 1 and Phase 2) are available on Desire2Learn (D2L), found under “Quick Links” on LUNET or by selecting https://d2l.laurentian.ca/, using the self-registration option.
For further information, please consult Thorneloe University’s Policy on Accessibility Standards for Customer Service (PDF)
In addition, the AODA requires that all Thorneloe University faculty (both full-time and part-time) read through the following guide: Accessibility in Teaching: Strategies & Requirements for Supporting an Accessible Learning Environment (PDF)
Once you have completed the required training, please notify Susan Moores (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can keep a record of your completion.
When procuring goods and services, Thorneloe University will incorporate accessibility criteria and features. Where applicable, procurement documents will specify the desired accessibility criteria to be met and provide guidelines for the evaluation of proposes in respect of those criteria. Where it is impractical for Thorneloe University to incorporate accessibility criteria and features when procuring or acquiring specific goods and services, the President will provide a written explanation, on request.
(Effective June 13, 2005) Thorneloe University is committed to the pursuit and dissemination of knowledge by providing an environment free from harassment and discrimination.
Thorneloe University Harassment and Discrimination Policy (PDF, updated August 2016)
(Effective June 8, 2017) The purpose of this handbook is to introduce employees to Thorneloe University’s health and safety policy and programs, and their roles and
responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (the “Act”).
All employees are required to complete training in Health and Safety Awareness, Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS), and Harrasment and Violence Policies and Programs. This may be done by completing the “OHS Required Training for all Employees” course at https://d2l.laurentian.ca (under “Self-Registration”).
Please print out the certificate and send a copy to Susan Moores (email@example.com).
(Effective June 15, 2010) The management of Thorneloe University is committed to the prevention of workplace violence and is ultimately responsible for worker health and safety. We will take whatever steps are reasonable to protect our and other affiliated individuals from workplace violence from all sources.
(Effective December 2016) The overarching purposes of this Policy are to reaffirm Laurentian University’s commitment to a safe and healthy campus for work, for study and for campus community life for student members of the University community and its commitment to provide support to those student members of the University community directly affected by sexual violence.
N.B. This policy includes Thorneloe University in its scope.
(effective April 4, 2017), in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, please review Thorneloe University’s Health and Safety Policy (PDF).
Fire Emergency Plan PDF Last revised October 2006