11.8.7 Sanctions and their impact

11.8.7.1 Where the Registrar has determined that one or more of the offences listed in 11.8.4 has been committed, the Registrar may impose one or more of the following sanctions:

11.8.7.2 Types of Sanctions

11.8.7.2(1) Written Reprimand
A reprimand is a notation of concern about the conduct of the Applicant.  The reprimand is placed in the Applicant's file held in the Office of the Registrar and Student Awards, or in the case of a graduate Applicant, placed in the graduate Applicant's file held in the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research.  (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

11.8.7.2(2) Rescission of Admission Offer
Rescission of any current offer of admission received by the Applicant, whether conditional or final, and cancellation of any registration. (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

11.8.7.2(3) Refusal to Consider Applications
a. Refusal to consider applications for admission to the University of Alberta for up to five (5) years.  (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

Where a sanction of refusal to consider applications has been imposed, such refusal shall be noted on the Applicant's record until the sanction expires.  (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

b. Permanent refusal to consider applications for admission to the University of Alberta.  (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

Where a sanction of permanent refusal to consider applications has been imposed, the Applicant shall not be considered for admission without the approval in writing of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) in consultation with the Registrar. Such approval shall not be given before the expiry of five years. (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)

11.8.7.3 Where the Registrar imposes one or more sanction(s) under Section 11.8.7.2, the Registrar shall add this information to the Applicant’s paper record, setting out: 
a.      the particulars of the offence, and
b.      brief statement giving details of the sanction(s) imposed, including the date the sanction(s) shall take effect.   Any sanctions imposed will be suspended until the entire appeal process has been exhausted or the deadline for appeal has passed. (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)