To effectively and consistently deal with workplace issues of harassment and discrimination, the AMS has policies for its employees. If you are an employee of the AMS, you may request a copy of this document from your supervisor, from the AMS general manager, or the AMS Ombuds Office.
If your grievance is not related to an employment setting within the AMS, to obtain assistance please contact the UBC Equity Office.
I have been accused of academic/non-academic misconduct. What happens now?
To review types of offences, penalties, the student discipline procedures, and the appeal options, please visit the UBC Calendar and follow the links to Academic Regulations and Student Discipline.
Both the AMS Ombuds Office and Advocacy Office provide assistance in stages through the student disciplinary procedures. The Ombuds Office assists students before they are scheduled to meet with the President’s Advisory Committee on Student Discipline (PACSD). This might include meetings with a professor, department head, associate dean, or dean. If your file is referred to PACSD, the AMS Advocacy Office can assist you by helping you prepare and by representing you.