- Resident is informed that his or her behavior did or did not constitute a minor violation of Student Housing rules.
- Further violations may result in more serious sanctions.
Community Service Hours
- Resident is given the opportunity to complete community service hours to offer something back to the campus or local community.
- This sanction generally accompanies Housing Probation, but can be imposed in lieu of other sanctions.
- Failure to complete community service hours and provide documentation of completion within the standard timeline constitutes a violation of Section A of the Residence Life Policies (A-15).
- Community Service hours could include the duties of cleaning of the common room, returning bottles from the common area, cleaning the TV room, helping with ORS events, emptying recycling bins, etc.
|Problem Specific Education or Counselling|
- Resident is requested to perform or attend specialized supplemental training such as anger management, alcohol awareness or substance information or to make an appointment with University of Lethbridge Counselling Services.
- The completion of the specified program may be considered to form a part of the resident‟s contract or Housing probation.
- Resident is informed that his or her behavior is a serious violation of Student Housing rules.
- Housing Probation is considered a serious administrative sanction and is deemed the “final warning” by Housing Services.
- Committing a Residence Life policy violation – no matter how minor – while on active Housing Probation is a violation of A-15. As with all other Section A violations, the standard and most likely sanction is immediate Student Housing License Termination.