11.8.10 Amendment of the Code of Applicant Behaviour

11.8.10.1 Legislative Authority

General Faculties Council (GFC) and the Board of Governors may amend the Code of Applicant Behaviour in exercise of the authority vested in them by Section 26 of the Post-Secondary Learning Act. (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003) (CLRC 25 NOV 2004)

11.8.10.2 Editorial Amendments

11.8.10.2(1) The Campus Law Review Committee (CLRC) decides which amendments are editorial. (CLRC 25 NOV 2004)

11.8.10.2(2) On delegated authority from GFC, all editorial amendments will be approved by the Campus Law Review Committee (CLRC) except editorial amendments to Section 11.8.9. (CLRC 25 NOV 2004) (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

11.8.10.2(3) All amendments to Section 11.8.9 will be forwarded to the GFC Executive Committee for approval. (CLRC 25 NOV 2004) (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

1.8.10.3 Substantive Amendments

11.8.10.3(1) Amendments to the Code deemed substantive by CLRC are forwarded to the GFC Executive Committee, which will decide whether or not it can act on behalf of GFC. (CLRC 25 NOV 2004)

11.8.10.3(2) Only substantive changes to Section 11.8.9 proceed to the Board Learning and Discovery Committee, which will decide whether or not it can act on behalf of the Board of Governors.(CLRC 25 NOV 2004) (BG 20 JUN 2008) (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

11.8.10.4 The Code of Applicant Behaviour must be published in each issue of the University Calendar. All amendments approved to the Code and subsequent to the publication of the Calendar are available on-line at http://uofaweb/ualberta.ca/governance/studentappeals.cfm (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003) (CLRC 25 NOV 2004)(EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

11.8.10.5 The Coordinator of CLRC, in consultation with the Appeals Coordinator, shall maintain the Official Copy of the Code and all amendments thereto. (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003)