URegina investigating 50 alleged cases of academic misconduct

The University of Regina is currently investigating approximately 50 alleged cases of academic misconduct from its collaborative nursing program, reports CBC. According to a URegina spokesperson, the academic misconduct cases are connected to final exams taken in December 2023 by students in the Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science Nursing program, which is jointly delivered by URegina and Saskatchewan Polytechnic. “We can confirm that some of the investigations have determined that academic misconduct did occur, while others resulted in a determination that there was inadequate evidence to support a finding of misconduct,” read an email from URegina spokesperson Paul Dederick.