CALGARY – Mount Royal University says a student has been charged with breaking into a home and assaulting a faculty member.
The alleged incident occurred earlier this month.
In a statement, the school says there’s “no indication” that the two people involved had ever met, and says their shared connection with the school “appears to be a coincidence.”
The statement says the faculty member was injured and is now recuperating.
It says the student was suspended and won’t be allowed back on campus or at school events during the suspension.
It says the university won’t comment further.