The latest campus announcement provides information about the release of Fees Commission report, as well as UCT operations, exam arrangements, applying for deferred exams, a note about costs of the exams, a report about disruptions, as well as information about the reward offered for information relating to unlawful acts on campus.
The Senate executive convened yesterday to discuss the conditions for granting deferral of exams for the November exam session, recognising that there are students who feel psychologically traumatised by the protests to the extent that this would affect their performance in the exams.
Details of the criteria for applying for deferred exams have been outlined by the deputy registrar.
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In a statement to UCT students, Vice-Chancellor Dr Max Price said:
“I wish no student to be ignorant about what constitutes unlawful protest behaviour.
Disruption of classes, blocking of entrances or exits, interfering with traffic flow, putting up barricades that prevent people from conducting normal business or attending classes, and any form of intimidation – whether physical or verbal – is unlawful.”