The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) is there to advocate for students dealing with non-academic misconduct procedures. Non-academic misconduct includes but is not limited to the following:
- Harassment (personal harassment, sexual harassment, or harassment based on a human rights characteristic)
- Threats and/or physical assault
- Disorderly conduct
- Theft and property damage
- Refusing to identify or falsely identifying
The University expects all students, staff, and faculty to adhere to the University’s Respectful Working and Learning Environment Policy. According to this policy:
- Every member of the University community has the right to participate, learn and work in an inclusive and respectful environment that is free from discrimination and harassment.
- Individuals should feel free to come forward with concerns without fear of retaliation.
- The University will act promptly to deal with allegations and take corrective action as required.
Students and community members must also follow the UWSA’s Positive Space Policy while in UWSA spaces or at UWSA events. Disregarding these policies can lead to accusations of non-academic misconduct.
If you have a concern regarding another student, staff person, faculty member, or anyone else connected to the university community, or if you are accused of non-academic misconduct, you can contact the UWSA Vice-President Student Affairs (VPSA). Your VPSA is familiar with non-academic misconduct procedures and can guide you through your options. The UWSA works to ensure that students know their rights, are safe, and can confidentially seek guidance on finding support and figuring out next steps.
For assistance, please contact your VP Student Affairs, Melanie William, at 204-786-9780 or email@example.com.
University of Winnipeg Policies and Procedures:
Respectful Working and Learning Environment Policy
Respectful Working and Learning Environment Procedures
Sexual Violence Overview
Sexual Violence Prevention Policy
Sexual Violence Prevention Procedures
Violence Prevention Policy
Violence Prevention Procedures
Workplace Accommodation Policy
University of Winnipeg Students’ Association Policy:
Event Positive Space Policy
ON AND OFF CAMPUS RESOURCES
For UWinnipeg’s list of on and off campus resources, click here.
On campus resources:
UW Sexual Violence Response Team
UW Human Rights and Diversity Officer
UW Accessibility Services and Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services
Deaf or Hard of Hearing students may contact 204-786-9704 or firstname.lastname@example.org
1M35, 1stfloor Manitoba Hall
UWSA Vice-President Student Affairs
0R30, UWSA General Offices below Riddell Hall Cafeteria
SafeWalk and SafeRide
The Safewalk program (a partnership between UW and UWSA) will escort you to your car or bus stop within a one-block radius of the university. The UW’s Saferide program will drop you off within the boundaries of William Avenue to the north, Assiniboine Avenue to the south, Sherbrook Street to the west and Main Street to the east.
Security office, first floor Centennial Hall
Off campus resources:
Klinic Sexual Assault Crisis Program
204-786-8631 (Crisis Line)
1-888-292-7565 (Toll Free in Manitoba)
204-784-4049 (Sexual Assault intake for in-person counselling)
870 Portage Avenue
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
Health Sciences Centre, Emergency Department
700 William Avenue
Winnipeg Police Sex Crimes Unit
204-986-6245 or 911
Sage House (Mount Carmel Clinic)
886 Main Street
Legal Help Centre
Free drop-in clinics for those with family incomes under $50,000 per year.
202-393 Portage Ave. (2nd floor at the west end of Portage Place mall, above Staples)
Drop-In Hours:Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00 – 4:30 p.m.