The purposes of disciplinary sanctions are:
- To affirm IZUNA’s standards of behaviour.
- To repair harm that has been done or restore what has been damaged.
- To guide the student in making appropriate choices in the future.
Many factors are considered when determining sanctions, including, but not limited to, the following:
- the nature and severity of the violation
- the role of the student in the incident
- the student's attitude and understanding of the situation
- the student's prior disciplinary record
- the impact others
- the likelihood the student may be a danger to the Institute community
- mitigating factors
Types of Sanctions
- verbal warning
- written warning
- performance contract
- suspension of privileges
- restorative justice solutions
- restriction on accessing parts of the campus
- restriction on access to any IZUNA campus
- restriction on further registration in IZUNA courses or programs
- suspension from the institute