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  • Engaging in verbal or physical behaviour directed at an individual or a group based on origin, race, creed, gender, religious belief, or sexual orientation that, according to a person of reasonable sensibilities, is likely to create an intimidating or demeaning environment that impedes the access of other students, faculty and staff to the educational benefits available to them.


  • Discrimination as a form of disruptive conduct includes remarks made by a student that is derogatory, racist, discriminatory, patently offensive, profane, and sexually explicit or communicated as graphic messages, either in words or pictures and which demonstrate a bias or discrimination against any individual or group within the University.