CODE OF CONDUCT
The experience of living in a student residence is most enriching, both academically and socially, if the residence is seen as a place of cooperative interaction and learning. In this kind of residential community, the rights and responsibilities of the individual resident must be balanced against the rights and responsibilities of the community as a whole. A proper balance is achieved when all individuals are aware of both their personal rights and of their responsibilities towards others and toward the community in general.
All members of the St. Vladimir Institute residence community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the provisions and spirit of the Ontario Human Rights Code, which affirms the principle of non-discrimination and aims at creating a climate of understanding and mutual respect for the dignity and worth of each and every person in the community.
Residents are entitled to enjoy a reasonable right to privacy, the right to consideration for their personal feelings and needs and the right to live in an environment in which both personal possessions and communal space is respected. They have a corresponding responsibility towards the residence community.
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