11.8.3 Definitions

Within this Code of Applicant Behaviour, the following words are specifically defined: (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003)

11.8.1 Advisor.  A person who assists either party during the disciplinary process. Assistance may be provided by the Dean of Students Office, Student Legal Services, legal counsel or another individual, as either party chooses. (EXEC 04 MAY 2009) Appellant. Any person who appeals under these procedures. Appeals Coordinator. The person or delegate responsible for administration of the University Appeal Board and related Student discipline procedures. The role of Appeals Coordinator is carried out by the Appeals and Compliance Officer, a position appointed by and reporting to the Head (or delegate) of University Governance. (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003) (EXEC 04 MAY 2009) (CLRC 22 NOV 2012) Applicant. A person who has never before attended the University of Alberta as a Student as set out and defined in the Code of Student Behaviour;
a. has submitted a University of Alberta application for admission (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)
b. has submitted any documents intended to support the Applicant's application to the University of Alberta. (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003) 
c. sits a University of Alberta sponsored or administered exam, the successful completion of which is considered an application or admission requirement. (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)
d. displays an intention to seek admission to the University of Alberta at any time following the commission of one or more of the offences listed in these regulations. (EXEC 04 MAY 2009) Application. An Application for Admission to the University of Alberta whether submitted in electronic or paper format. (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003) (EXEC 04 MAY 2009) Application-Related Offence. Any offence committed by a person related to the act of applying for admission to the University of Alberta.  (EXEC 04 MAY 2009) Dean. 'Dean' shall be interpreted as the Dean (or delegate) of the Faculty or School to which admission is sought. (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003) (EXEC 04 MAY 2009) Registrar. The Registrar or delegate in the case of undergraduate Applicants and the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research or delegate in the case of graduate Applicants. (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003) (EXEC 04 MAY 2009) Student. Students are defined in the Code of Student Behaviour in 30.2.30. (EXEC 04 MAY 2009) University Appeal Board (UAB). The appeal board as prescribed within the Code of Student Behaviour. (CLRC 25 SEP 2003) (EXEC 06 OCT 2003) Working Day. "Working Day" or "Business Day" is defined as a day on which University administrative offices are open.  For the purposes of these regulations, the Working Day preceding the Christmas holiday period shall not be considered a Working Day for appeal deadlines.  (CLRC 24 MAY 2012)