James Cook University Publication Scheme

This Publication Scheme is designed in line with the requirements of the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) and is derived from the original document that was posted on the University’s Website on 1 July 2009.  It is a dynamic document and is subject to change.

The scheme is a comprehensive listing of the available significant and appropriate information held by the University. Relevant web pages are identified: many pages link to further information that may be of interest to the reader.

The information is also available, on request, in hard copy or in alternative formats. Within reason, information supplied in this way is generally free-of-charge. Where the provision of a document or documents would impose significant costs on the University, there may be a charge for the reasonable actual costs of providing the information.

Publication information

The publication scheme is divided into the following classes (or categories) of information:

  1. About Us - Who we are and what we do
  2. Our Services - The services we offer
  3. Our Finances - What we spend and how we spend it
  4. Our Priorities - What our priorities are and how we are doing
  5. Our Decisions - How we make decisions
  6. Our Policies - Our policies and procedures
  7. Our Lists - Lists and registers.
Register of Reportable Gifts The Register of Reportable Gifts is available in hard copy for viewing at the University on request. Contact the Secretariat.
Disclosure Log required under the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld)  
Honorary Awards  
Graduates of the University Graduation Handbooks may be accessed through the Mabo Library (Reference Section)

More information

Any enquiries, requests or complaints relating to the Publication Scheme should be sent to:

Right to Information Officer Secretariat and Records
Office of Chief of Staff
James Cook University
Townsville Qld 4811, Australia

Email: secretariat@jcu.edu.au, marked ‘attention

Edition date: July 2016, Links updated 03/2020