87.12 Service and Notice
a. Notices, decisions and other appeal materials sent by the Appeals Co-ordinator and the Dean may be hand-delivered, sent by e-mail, courier, or sent by any method of delivery offered by Canada Post. In cases where students have an official campus address, material may be sent to that address by campus mail. Alternatively, at the Student’s request, the Student may pick up the notice, decision or material at an arranged place. Where a Student has requested to pick up the material but fails to do so, the Dean will decide which method of delivery will be used. (CLRC 25 SEP 2008) (CLRC 29 JAN 2009) (CLRC 24 MAY 2012)
b. During an appeal to the GFC PRB the Appeals Co-ordinator will decide which method of delivery will be used.
c. When sent by Canada Post or courier, notices, decisions or appeal materials shall be sent to the last address provided by the Student to the University.
d. Delivery is deemed to have been effected on the date of pick-up, receipt of hand or courier delivery, or five (5) Working Days after being sent by Canada Post to Canadian addresses, and seven (7) Working Days after being sent by Canada Post to International addresses, or two (2) Working Days following being sent by campus mail. In accordance with the University’s Electronic Communication Policy for Students and Applicants, (University Calendar, Section 20.3), electronic communications sent by the University will be deemed received the next University business day after the day the e-mail was sent.
(CLRC 25 SEP 2008) (CLRC 29 JAN 2009) (CLRC 24 MAY 2012)
e. Notices, decisions and other appeal materials sent by the Appeals Co-ordinator to a Faculty shall normally be sent by campus mail. Any of the other methods of deliveries noted in this part may also be used. (CLRC 29 JAN 2009)
f. Deemed receipt by a Student of an FPRC decision, that is not already covered by a Faculty’s deemed receipt policy, is governed by this section.