Students are responsible to conduct themselves in a manner that enhances and does not disrupt an environment of learning in the classroom (or other learning venues, e.g. labs).  Disruptive behaviour is defined as that which a) prevents an instructor from teaching or making progress towards course objectives, and/or b) can reasonably be determined to create an impediment to the learning of other students.  Instructors have the right to require a student to leave the classroom if the disruptive behaviour is significant or persistent, and the student may be subject to removal from a course and/or accountability action through the Student Accountability Process.