The Chair will read to you the accusation made against you and invite you to respond to the accusation - i.e. do you accept the allegation or not?
The Director of Academic Integrity will present the case against you and may call witnesses as he feels appropriate.
You will have received copies of evidence presented to the Committee, but you will be given an opportunity to see any other evidence referred to by the Panel during the course of the meeting.
The Director/Deputy Director of Academic Integrity may question you as well as the witnesses whom he/she calls. Witnesses will withdraw after being questioned.
You will then be given an opportunity to defend yourself by making a statement or by questioning witnesses or by calling your own witnesses. You may also present any other evidence. You will also be given an opportunity to comment on the evidence presented to the Panel. When the questioning and submission of evidence has been completed, you will be asked to leave and the Panel will consider the evidence. It will then decide whether the allegation has been substantiated and determine, in appropriate cases, the penalty.