Policies and Procedures

Policies and Procedures

To comply with legislative requirements, ICM has a number of policies and procedures in place.

ICM Mental Health Framework

ICM prioritizes the mental health of its students, staff, and instructors. The Mental Health Framework outlines how mental health is interwoven into our policies, practices, and all aspects of the student experience. Within this framework document, students and staff can find supports and resources that may be helpful.

Privacy Act

ICM is bound by the Privacy Act, which regulates the way private sector organizations can collect, use and disclose personal information.

Code of Conduct

ICM plays an important role in the lives of students. All students at ICM have the right to be treated with respect and courtesy by ICM staff and fellow students, in an environment that is free from harassment and conducive to learning.

ICM expects you to abide by our Code of Conduct by accepting responsibility for your behaviour, conducting yourself in a professional manner at all times and treating fellow students and staff with respect, honesty and courtesy.

Grievance procedures, appeals or complaints

ICM has policies and procedures for dealing with student complaints, grievances and appeals in a constructive and timely manner. Independent dispute resolution is available if you feel that a grievance has not been resolved satisfactorily

Learning Technologies Privacy Statement

Learning Technologies Privacy Statement for the International College of Manitoba

Access and equity

ICM is committed to equal opportunity for all students to ensure that no student who has met the specified academic and English language entry requirements is denied access to a program and that no student, once enrolled in a course, is disadvantaged.

Disability Support

All ICM staff members, both academic and administrative, are responsible for ensuring that any students with disabilities are treated with dignity and courtesy, and given every opportunity to reach their full educational potential.

ICM is committed to providing equal opportunities for students with disabilities, and promotes strategies to develop a flexible teaching and learning environment that meets the needs of a diverse range of students. To assess any support services that may be required for the academic program to which you seek entry, ICM encourages you to provide information regarding the nature of your disability and any special needs you may have during the application and enrolment processes. ICM is always available to assist you to ensure that you are able to succeed in your chosen program of study. It is important that you advise an academic advisor of your disability as early as possible so that arrangements can be made to ensure that you enjoy your experience at ICM.

UTP Stage II

ICM does not offer credit transfer arrangements for courses completed at other institutions at the UTP Stage II level. All UTP Stage II students must complete at least 30 credit hours at ICM before being considered for entry to the University of Manitoba. However, when students do transfer to the University of Manitoba, they can apply for additional credit hours beyond the 30 (or more) credit hours completed at ICM.