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Orientation for International students
Orientation week called “Frosh Week” for first year
undergraduate students begins the first Monday in September, a
statutory holiday in Canada. Laurier International organizes
orientations for international students.
Laurier One Card
The One Card is required for purposes of identification in the library,
at final examinations, at our on campus pub and club, and for student
activities. In addition, you can put some money to this card and you
can use to purchase food and items on campus. Upon registration, you
will apply for One Card at the One Card Office located next to The Hub
in the Concourse. If you lose your student ID, you will have to pay for
the replacement. One Card Office-884-1970 ext. 3730;
University Regulations and Policies
The university policies and regulations are contained in
the graduate and undergraduate calendars. You should become familiar
with them. The University requires students to conduct themselves in
accordance with the laws of the country, province, city, and to observe
university regulation. We have summarized some of these regulations
A student’s status at WLU will be subject to review for
any one of the following offences: unlawful use of alcoholic beverages;
trafficking of drugs; stealing of any sort, including tampering with
examinations and cheating; tampering with fire equipment; and storage
and/or discharge of firearms or explosives.
In the graduate and undergraduate calendar you will find WLU
policies on subjects including integrity in the conduct of research,
ethics in research, conflict of interest, academic and research
misconduct, ownership of student-created intellectual property and
principles in the use of computers.
Plagiarism and Cheating-Academic Integrity
If a student is uncertain, about whether or not a course
of action might constitute plagiarism or cheating, he or she should
consult the instructor involved. Penalties are levied in relation to
the degree of infraction of academic honesty and range from requiring
the student to re-do an assignment to suspension from the university
for a term or more.
For detailed descriptions of the University regulations, support
services, facilities, faculties, descriptions of courses, and academic
awards etc., refer to the current issue of the Wilfrid Laurier
undergraduate calendar or graduate studies calendar.
Academic Dates 2008-2009 are posted in the WLU calendar.