"We have heard and understand the concerns raised by the community inside and outside the university about him remaining a student here", read a statement from U of C provost Dru Marshall.
"Nobody has stood up and said no, during the whole thing - there was not one time where the judge or even the Crown said 'please, this is not right.' The victims are the ones who have been paying over and over, every time we went to court".
The student union has said it will wait for the outcome of that review and encouraged students on campus to seek out sexual violence support services if they need to talk to someone.
He said Neurauter has not been on campus since Tuesday, and has been advised not to return for the remainder of the term.
Connor Neurauter pleaded guilty to sexual interference on January 4 in a BC provincial court.
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Neurauter was sentenced to 89 days in jail, which was supposed to be served beginning last week.
Since news of his sentence, a petition demanding the University of Calgary expel Neurauter has garnered more than 40,000 signatures.
Those who added their names asked the university to expel Bachelor of Science student Connor Neurauter, saying the court system failed the victim but the university had "the opportunity to help change the narrative".
The university confirmed that Neurauter could return to campus in the fall, but no decisions have been made and his future as a student is still being assessed. He said his son did not receive any special treatment but has been very upset by the sentence.
The mother can not be identified because of a publication ban meant to protect the victim. He then threatened to send her nude photos to her family if she told anyone about their relationship. Specific details are covered by a publication ban, but the case involved nude photos of the girl, and the incident occurred when he was 18.
"He pled guilty in an effort to minimize the impact on the victims as well as continue his schooling to improve himself", said Susan Neurauter in an interview from her home in Kamloops. She says she now regrets pushing him to accept the plea deal.
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However, the statement goes on to state that Neurauter isn't now on campus.
"It discourages victims from coming forward as perpetrators are accommodated and their actions are excused for the sake of not impeding their 'potential'".
The Taylor Family Digital Library at the University of Calgary on September 19, 2014 in Calgary, Alberta.
"The matter in British Columbia occurred before Mr. Neurauter was a student at the University of Calgary". Their excuse is that they have "no grounds" to expel the student - who is, if they missed it, a child sexual abuser.
MacKay led a study on campus-based sexual violence at Saint Mary's University in Halifax after a video surfaced showing student leaders singing a chant about underage sex during orientation week. She said many adjournments and delays were granted to Neurauter to adjust his hockey and school schedules.
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