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During a Microsoft Teams meeting on 17 September 2020 the Central Disciplinary Committee (CDC) considered an allegation that a student:
SunLearn materials during A2S1 online assessment assessment for Tax 399
module and provided unauthorised access to SunLearn to other persons.
The misconduct is in contravention of rule 10.1 of the Disciplinary Code for Students of Stellenbosch University ('the Code').
The student admitted the misconduct during an enquiry before the CDC, which was held in terms of paragraph 37 of the Code.
The following sanction was imposed by the CDC panel:
of the assessment marks of the A2S1 online assessment for Tax 399. The
mark of 0 will therefore be taken into account in the calculation of the
student's final mark for the module. The panel is not prepared to make a
finding that the student does not have access to the A4 assessment
taking place in January. The department is required to use its
discretion in this regard.
- Written apology to the lecturer concerned within 1 week.
- Sanction should be published on the electronic notice board with the student's name redacted.
suspension of 12 months on the condition of not committing similar
misconducts. This applies to accessing unauthorised materials during
tests and exams, as well as providing other people with his university
hours of community service, starting in 2021 and to be completed during
the 2021 academic year. This is dependent on the student returning to
campus for the 2021 academic year and the normalisation of campus-life
in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
warning to the student communicating that the student may not provide
the student's university access password to any other person.
Signed by CDC Chairperson, MRH De Villiers on 18 September 2020