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University of Calgary Calendar 2010-2011 Academic Regulations G. Examinations and Tests G.2 Proof of Identity G.2.1 Tests
G.2.1 Tests

Invigilators of any tests may, when they have reason to believe there is cause to do so, challenge any candidate to produce proof of identity either in the form of the University I.D. card or some acceptable equivalent (i.e., one bearing a photograph) such as a Provincial Driver's License, Canadian Citizenship Card, Passport, etc.

If there is clear evidence that impersonation has occurred, the individual shall not be permitted to continue the test and shall be reported immediately to the dean or delegate of the faculty in which the course is offered.

A student who is not able to provide acceptable proof of identity may be permitted to continue the test provided that he or she undertakes to provide verification of identity later. If verification is not provided, then the student will receive an "F" in the test, and the matter will be referred to the dean or delegate of the faculty in which the course is offered for consideration of further disciplinary action.