30.3.6 Other Offences
30.3.6(1) Alcohol Provision and Consumption
30.3.6(1) a No Student shall consume or serve alcohol on University property other than in licensed premises, at a University function with a valid permit issued by Ancillary Services or in accordance with regulations pertaining to University residences.
30.3.6(1) b No Student shall violate the regulations regarding alcohol use set forth in the UAPPOL Alcohol Policy. (GFC 03 FEB 2014)
30.3.6(1) c No Student shall violate Alberta Gaming and Liquor Board regulations regarding the use of alcohol on campus. These regulations must be posted at any function serving alcohol on campus.
30.3.6(2) Breach of Rules External to the Code
30.3.6(2) a No Student shall engage in conduct that violates any municipal by-law, Provincial or Federal statute or regulation, or University regulation (Rules External to the Code). Conduct that breaches Rules External to the Code shall be deemed to be an offence under this Code and shall be subject to the disciplinary and appeal processes set out in this Code, if the conduct has a real and substantial link to the University, University Activities, the University Community, or University-related Functions, whether or not the conduct occurred on or in relation to University property.
30.3.6(2) b The determination of whether any conduct has such a real and substantial link may be made by any person or body authorized to make decisions in the disciplinary and appeal processes set out in this Code, and this determination may be appealed as part of an appeal provided for by this Code.
30.3.6(2) c The determination of whether a Student has breached Rules External to the Code may be made by any decision-maker under this Code, and this determination may be appealed as part of an appeal provided for by this Code.
30.3.6(2) d The determination referred to in 30.3.6(2) c shall be made in accordance with the rules of evidence and the burdens of proof specified in this Code. If, however, a person, court, tribunal, or other decision-making body with jurisdiction over an alleged Breach of Rules External to the Code has ruled that the Student did or did not commit a violation,
30.3.6(2) d. i evidence of that ruling, in any form satisfactory to the decision-maker, may be introduced as evidence that the Student did or did not (as the case may be) commit an offence for the purposes of this Code; and
30.3.6(2) d. ii the decision-maker shall accord such weight to the evidence of the ruling as the decision-maker considers appropriate in the circumstances.
30.3.6(2) e A Student who has been found to have committed an offence may receive a sanction under both the Code and Rules External to the Code.
No Student shall refuse to provide identification upon request by a University Official or employee acting in the course of that person's duties, provided the University Official or employee has reason to believe the Student is committing, has committed or is about to commit an offence.
30.3.6(4) Misrepresentation of Facts
No Student shall misrepresent pertinent facts to any member of the University community for the purpose of obtaining academic or other advantage. This includes such acts as the failure to provide pertinent information on an application for admission or the altering of an educational document/transcript. (EXEC 04 MAY 2009)
30.3.6(5) Participation in an Offence
No Student shall counsel or encourage or knowingly aid or assist, directly or indirectly, another person in the commission of any offence under this Code.
No Student shall smoke at any time in any area of the University where smoking is banned. (CLRC 25 APR 2013)
30.3.6 (7) Bribery
No student shall offer or provide a monetary or other benefit to any member of the University for the purpose of gaining academic or other advantage. (GFC 24 SEP 2007)