Student Academic Misconduct Requirements Policy

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Policy and Procedures

1. Definitions

1.1 ‘Academic Misconduct’ includes:

1.1.1 plagiarism in non-invigilated and invigilated assessment tasks; or

1.1.2 cheating, or intent to cheat, in association with invigilated assessment tasks; or

1.1.3 falsification of research results; or

1.1.4 any other acts or omissions not included in 1.1.1 - 1.1.3 above which in the opinion of the Chair of the Academic Board reasonably represents academic misconduct, including the falsification of an academic record

1.2 ‘Written correspondence’ between the University and the student means correspondence sent by post, facsimile, email or any other form of written communication. All written correspondence from the University shall be identified as being confidential.

1.3 ‘Invigilated’ assessment is where the assessment task is conducted under the supervision of a member of staff of the University or  acting on behalf of the University.

1.4 ‘Examinations Officer’ includes any person so designated by the Director, Student Services.

1.5 ‘Student Association Case Worker’ includes any staff member of the Student Association so designated by the General Manager, JCU Student Association.

2. Where Academic Misconduct May Occur

2.1 Academic Misconduct may occur with:

2.1.1 assignments, essays and other forms of on-course assessment that are not invigilated;

2.1.2 examinations, tests and other forms of assessment that are invigilated;

2.1.3 theses and other work presented as part of honours and postgraduate awards.

3. Rights to Representation

3.1 Students alleged to have engaged in student academic misconduct may be represented by a Student Association Case Worker during the hearing of the allegation of misconduct.

3.2 Legal representation is not allowed for any of the processes contained within these Requirements.

4. Record Keeping of Proven Cases of Academic Misconduct

Where the allegation of academic misconduct against the student is proved:

(a)  the type of academic misconduct, the penalty imposed and the offering of counselling for the student shall be recorded in a central records file; and

(b)  the existence of a proven allegation of academic misconduct will be noted on the student’s record on the Student Information System. This information will not appear on the official transcript of a student’s academic record.

5. Student Counselling for Proven Cases of Academic Misconduct

Where any allegation of academic misconduct has been proven, in addition to any action imposed under the relevant clauses, the student must be offered counselling from the Head of Academic Group or an appropriate delegate relating to the non-acceptability of academic misconduct in Australian universities and advice on the possible consequences of any further proven breaches of these Requirements.

6. Conflict of Interest

Staff members appointed to serve on:

a) Committee hearing an allegation of student academic misconduct; or

b) Panel undertaking an appeal;

should have no association with the teaching of the subject in which the misconduct is alleged to have occurred, or have no previous responsibilities associated with the thesis that is the subject of the allegation of misconduct.

Staff members appointed to serve on a Review Panel shall have had no involvement in the decision made by the Hearing Committee.

7. Academic Misconduct in Association with Non-invigilated Assessment and Invigilated Assessment Administered by a College

7.1   Referral of Allegation

7.1.1 In cases of academic misconduct in relation to non-invigilated assessment or invigilated assessment administered by a College, the Head of Academic Group shall be notified promptly in writing of the allegation and shall be provided with all relevant material by the academic staff member in charge of the subject.

7.1.2 If the Head of Academic Group is the academic staff member in charge of the subject, the College Dean shall appoint an academic staff member of the College to perform the role of Head of Academic Group.

7.2 Preliminary Investigation

7.2.1  The Head of Academic Group shall consider matters relevant to the allegation, and shall, within seven days of receipt of the allegation, decide whether the allegation should be dismissed or proceed to a hearing. In undertaking the investigation, the Head of Academic Group may interview any persons deemed relevant to the allegation.

7.2.1.1 If the Head of Academic Group decides that the allegation should be dismissed, the Head of Academic Group shall, within 10 days of receipt of the allegation:

a) notify the academic staff member in charge of the subject that the allegation has been dismissed; and

b) if the student has been advised of the allegation, notify the student that the allegation has been dismissed.

7.2.1.2 If the Head of Academic Group decides that the allegation should not be dismissed, the allegation shall proceed to a hearing.

7.3 Hearing

7.3.1 If the Head of Academic Group decides the allegation should proceed to a hearing, the Head of Academic Group shall, within 10 days of receipt of the allegation, issue written advice to the student of:

a) the allegation and details of the allegation;

b) the date of the hearing and of their right to be heard in person or be represented by a Student Association Case Worker at this hearing, which shall not be earlier than 14 days from the date of issue of this written advice; and

c) their right to submit to the Head of Academic Group, within 14 days of the date of this written advice, a written statement either refuting or pleading guilty to the allegation.

7.3.2 The Head of Academic Group shall

a) within 28 days of the date of the decision to proceed to a hearing (see 7.3.1) consider all matters relevant to the allegation of misconduct including any guilty plea lodged by the student; and

b) consider testimony and/or written submissions of the student; and

c) interview the academic staff member in charge of the subject and any other persons deemed relevant to the allegation.

7.3.3 The Head of Academic Group shall then decide either that the allegation of academic misconduct against the student is dismissed or that the allegation is proved.

7.3.3.1 Where the allegation is dismissed, the Head of Academic Group shall, within seven days of making the decision, notify the student and the academic staff member in charge of the subject, via written correspondence, that the allegation has been dismissed.

7.3.3.2 Where the allegation is proved, and the University records do not establish previous proven academic misconduct, the Head of Academic Group shall decide that the student shall either:

a) receive no penalty; or

b) complete an equivalent alternative assessment, with or without penalty; or

c) receive, as a penalty, no marks for the assessment concerned; or

d) receive other appropriate penalty.

The Head of Academic Group shall, within seven days of making this decision, notify the student and the academic staff member in charge of the subject, via written correspondence, of the decision and the reasons therefore, and the student’s right of appeal according to 7.4.

7.3.3.3 Where the allegation is proved, and the University records establish previous proven academic misconduct, the Head of Academic Group shall within seven days of making the decision, notify the Committee (see 7.3.4) of the repeat offence and shall make a recommendation to the Committee of which penalty provided for under Clause 7.3.3.2 should apply.

7.3.4 The Committee will comprise:

a) the Chair, Academic Board (Chair); and

b) one member of the appropriate Division, appointed by the Chair, Academic Board from  the Division’s Deputy Vice Chancellor’s nominations; (see 7.3.4.1); and

c) one member of another Division, appointed by the Chair, Academic Board from the Deputy Vice Chancellors’ nominations (see 7.3.4.1); and

d) a Student Association Case Worker.

7.3.4.1 In January each year, the  Deputy Vice Chancellors shall nominate for the Committee for that year, two divisional representatives, one to act as a reserve.

7.3.4.2 Due regard shall be given to gender balance in determining the final membership of the Committee.

7.3.5 Within 14 days of receipt of notification of a repeat offence, the Committee shall meet and shall:

a) consider the penalty recommended by the Head of Academic Group; and

b) provide an opportunity for the student to make an oral and/or written representation in relation to the penalty only;

and shall decide either that:

a) the penalty recommended by the Head of Academic Group shall apply; or

b) another penalty provided for under Clause 7.3.3.2 shall apply; or

c) the student be awarded a fail for the subject in which they have most recently been proved guilty of academic misconduct; or

d) the student be awarded a fail for the subject in which they have most recently been proved guilty of academic misconduct and not be permitted to re-enrol in that subject for a defined period of time; or

e) the student’s enrolment at the University be cancelled and the student not be permitted to re-enrol for a defined period of time; or

f) the student’s enrolment at the University be cancelled and the student be excluded permanently from enrolment at the University.

7.3.6 The Committee Chair shall, within seven days of the Committee having made a decision under 7.3.5, notify the student, the academic staff member in charge of the subject and the College Dean, via written correspondence, of all decisions and the reasons therefore made and of the student’s right of appeal according to 7.4.

7.4 Appeal

7.4.1 If the allegation of academic misconduct against the student is proved, the student may, within  20 working days of the date of despatch to the student of notification of the decision made in accordance with 7.3.3.2 or 7.3.5, lodge an appeal against the decision, via written correspondence, with the Dean of the College concerned, stating clearly the grounds of the appeal.

7.4.2 A student may only appeal the decision of the Head of Academic Group or the Committee on the grounds that procedural fairness was not followed during:

a) the process of proving the allegation of misconduct; and

b) the process of deciding what penalty to apply.

7.4.3 The appeal process must commence within 10 working days of lodgement of the appeal with the College Dean.

7.4.4 The appeal shall be considered by a Review Panel, comprising the Dean (Chair), two members of the academic division appointed by the Chair and a Student Association Staff Case Worker. Due regard shall be given to gender balance in determining the final membership of the Panel.

7.4.4.1 The Review Panel shall consider only:

a) the student’s grounds for lodging an appeal; and

b) such further material as the Panel may, in the exercise of its discretion, permit to be placed before it if it considers it necessary to make a decision.

7.4.5 The Chair of the Review Panel shall, within seven days of making a decision under 7.4.4, notify the Head of Academic Group and the student, via written correspondence, of the Panel’s decision and the reasons therefore.

7.4.6 The decision of the Review Panel shall be final.

8. Academic Misconduct in Association with Invigilated Assessment Administered by the University

8.1 Referral of Allegation

8.1.1 In cases of academic misconduct in relation to invigilated assessment that is administered by the University, the Director, Student Services shall be notified promptly in writing of the allegation and be provided with all relevant material by the Examinations Officer.

8.2 Preliminary Investigation

8.2.1 The Director, Student Services shall consider matters relevant to the allegation, and shall, within seven days of receipt of the allegation, decide whether the allegation should be dismissed or proceed to a hearing. In undertaking any investigation, the Director, Student Services may interview any persons deemed relevant to the allegation.

8.2.1.1 If the Director, Student Services decides that the allegation should be dismissed, the Director, Student Services shall, within 10 days of receipt of the allegation, notify the student and the Examinations Officer that the allegation has been dismissed.

8.2.1.2 If the Director, Student Services decides the allegations should not be dismissed, the allegation shall proceed to a hearing.

8.3 Hearing

8.3.1 If the Director, Student Services decides the allegation should proceed to a hearing, the Director, Student Services shall, within 10 days of receipt of the allegation, issue written advice to the student of:

a) the allegation and details of the allegation;

b) the date of the hearing and of their right to be heard in person or be represented by a Student Association Case Worker at this hearing, which shall not be earlier than 14 days from the date of issue of this written advice; and

c) their right to submit to the Committee (see 8.3.2), within 14 days of the date of this written advice, a written statement either refuting or pleading guilty to the allegation.

8.3.2 The Committee will comprise:

a) the Chair, Academic Board (Chair); and

b) one member of the appropriate division, appointed by the Chair, Academic Board from the Deputy Vice Chancellors’ nominations (see 8.3.2.1); and

c) one member of another division, appointed by the Chair, Academic Board from the Deputy  Vice Chancellors’ nominations (see 8.3.2.1); and

d) a Student Association Case Worker.

8.3.2.1 In January each year, the Deputy  Vice Chancellors shall nominate for the  Committee for that year, two divisional representatives, one to act as a reserve.

8.3.2.2 Due regard shall be given to gender balance in determining the final membership of the Committee.

8.3.3 The Committee shall:

a) within 28 days of the date of the decision by the Director, Student Services in 8.3.1 meet and consider all matters relevant to the allegation of misconduct including any guilty plea lodged by the student; and

b) consider testimony and/or written submissions of the student; and

c) interview any other persons whose evidence in its opinion may be relevant.

8.3.4 The Committee shall then decide either that the allegation of academic misconduct against the student is dismissed or that the allegation is proved.

8.3.4.1 Where the allegation is proved, the Committee shall decide that the student shall either:

a) receive no penalty; or

b) complete an equivalent alternative assessment, with or without penalty; or

c) receive, as a penalty, no marks for the assessment concerned; or

d) receive other appropriate penalty.

8.3.4.2 Where the current allegation of academic misconduct against the student is proved, and the University records establish previous proven academic misconduct, the Committee shall also decide whether:

a) no penalty additional to that imposed under 8.3.4.1 be applied; or

b)the student be awarded a fail for the subject in which they have most recently been proved guilty of academic misconduct; or

c) the student be awarded a fail for the subject in which they have most recently been proved guilty of academic misconduct and not be permitted to re-enrol in that subject for a defined period of time; or

d) the student’s enrolment at the University be cancelled and the student not be permitted to re-enrol for a defined period of time; or

e) the student’s enrolment at the University be cancelled and the student be excluded permanently from enrolment at the University.

8.3.5 The Chair of the Committee shall, within seven days of the Committee having made a decision under 8.3.4, notify the student, the Head of Academic Group and the Director, Student Services,  via written correspondence, of all decisions and the reasons therefore made under 8.3.4 and the student’s right of appeal according to 8.4.

8.4 Appeal

8.4.1 If the allegation of academic misconduct against the student is proved the student may, within  20 working days of the date of despatch to the student of notification of the decision made in accordance with 8.3.4, lodge an appeal against the decision, via written correspondence, with the University Secretary, stating clearly the grounds of the appeal.

8.4.2 A student may only appeal the decision of the Committee on the grounds that procedural fairness was not followed during:

a) the process of proving the allegation of misconduct; and

b) the process of deciding what penalty to apply.

8.4.3 The appeal process must commence within 10 working days of lodgement of the appeal with the University Secretary.

8.4.4 The appeal shall be considered by a Review Panel, comprising the College Dean (Chair), the Deputy Vice Chancellor (or a permanent member of academic staff of professorial status) and a Student Association Case Worker.   Due regard shall be given to gender balance in determining the final membership of the Panel.

8.4.4.1 The Review Panel shall consider only:

a) the student’s grounds for lodging an appeal; and

b) such further material as the Panel may, in the exercise of its discretion, permit to be placed before it if it considers it necessary to make a decision.

8.4.5 The Chair of the Review Panel shall, within seven days of making a decision under 8.4.4, notify the Chair, Hearing Committee, the College Dean and the student, via written correspondence, of the Panel’s decision and the reasons therefore.

8.4.6 The decision of the Review Panel shall be final.

9. Academic Misconduct in Association with Thesis Presentation and Other Work for Awards of the University Administered by Colleges

9.1   Referral of Allegation

9.1.1 In cases of academic misconduct in relation to thesis presentation and other work for awards of the University that are administered by the College, the relevant Dean shall be notified promptly in writing of the allegation and be provided with all relevant material by the Head of Academic Group.

9.1.2 If the College Dean is the academic staff member in charge of the subject, the Chair, Academic Board shall appoint an academic staff member of the Division to perform the role of College Dean in relation to this matter.

9.2   Preliminary Investigation

9.2.1 The College Dean shall consider matters relevant to the allegation, and shall, within seven days of receipt of the allegation, decide whether the allegation should be dismissed or proceed to a hearing. In undertaking any investigation, the College Dean may interview any persons deemed relevant to the allegation.

9.2.1.1 If the  College Dean decides the allegation should be dismissed, the College Dean shall, within 10 days of receipt of the allegation, notify the Head of Academic Group and the student, if the student has been advised of the allegation, that the allegation has been dismissed.

9.2.1.2 If the College Dean decides that the allegation should not be dismissed, the allegation shall proceed to a hearing.

9.3 Hearing

9.3.1 If the College Dean decides the allegation should proceed to a hearing, the College Dean shall, within 10 days of receipt of the allegation, issue written advice to the student of:

a) the allegation and details of the allegation;

b) the date of the hearing and of their right to be heard in person or be represented by a Student Association Case Worker at this hearing, which shall not be earlier than 14 days from the date of issue of this written advice; and

c) their right to submit to the Committee (see 9.3.2), within 14 days of the date of this written advice, a written statement either refuting or pleading guilty to the allegation.

9.3.2 The Committee will comprise:

a) the Chair, Academic Board (Chair); and

b) one member of the appropriate division, appointed by the Chair, Academic Board from the Deputy Vice Chancellors’ nominations (see 9.3.2.1); and

c) one member of another division, appointed by the Chair, Academic Board from the Deputy Vice Chancellors’ nominations (see 9.3.2.1); and

d) a Student Association Case Worker.

9.3.2.1 In January each year, the Deputy Vice Chancellors shall nominate for the Committee for that year, two divisional representatives, one to act as a reserve.

9.3.2.2 Due regard shall be given to gender balance in determining the final membership of the Committee.

9.3.3 The Committee shall:

a) within 28 days of the date of the decision by the College Dean in 9.3.1 meet and consider all matters relevant to the allegation of misconduct including any guilty plea lodged by the student; and

b) consider testimony and/or written submissions of the student; and

c) interview the Head of Academic Group and/or any other persons whose evidence in its opinion may be relevant.

9.3.4 The Committee shall then decide either that the allegation of academic misconduct against the student is dismissed or that the allegation is proved.

9.3.4.1 Where the allegation is proved, the Committee shall decide that:

a) the student receive no recognition for the work involved with the misconduct; or

b) the student’s enrolment at the University be cancelled and the student not be permitted to re-enrol for a defined period of time; or

c) the student’s enrolment at the University be cancelled and the student be excluded permanently from enrolment at the University.

9.3.4.2 In making the decision in 9.3.4.1, the Committee shall take into account any previous proven academic misconduct undertaken by the student.

9.3.5 The proceedings before the Hearing Committee may be recorded by electronic means and a transcript thereof, where required, may be prepared as soon as practicable after the hearing.

9.3.6 The Chair of the Committee shall, within seven days of the Committee having made a decision under 9.3.4, notify the student, the College Dean and the Head of Academic Group, via written correspondence, or all decisions and the reasons therefore made under 9.3.4 and include any copy of transcript from 9.3.5. The student will be informed of their right of appeal according to 9.4.

9.4 Appeal

9.4.1 If the allegation of academic misconduct against the student is proved the student may, within  20 working days of the date of despatch to the student of notification of the decision made in accordance with 9.3.4, lodge an appeal against the decision, via written correspondence, with the University Secretary, stating clearly the grounds of the appeal.

9.4.2 A student may only appeal the decision of the Committee on the grounds that procedural fairness was not followed during:

a) the process of proving the allegation of misconduct; and

b) the process of deciding what penalty to apply.

9.4.3 The appeal process must commence within 10 working days of lodgement of the appeal with the University Secretary.

9.4.4 The appeal shall be considered by a Review Panel, comprising the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Chair), (or a permanent member of academic staff of professorial status) and a Student Association Case Worker. Due regard shall be given to gender balance in determining the final membership of the Panel.

9.4.4.1 The Panel shall consider only:

a) the student’s grounds for lodging an appeal; and

b) such further material as the Panel may, in the exercise of its discretion, permit to be placed before it if it considers it necessary to make a decision.

9.4.5 The Chair of the Review Panel shall, within seven days of making a decision under 9.4.4, notify the Chair, Hearing Committee, the College Dean, the Head of Academic Group and the student, via written correspondence, of the Panel’s decision and the reasons therefore.

9.4.6 The decision of the Review Panel shall be final.

10. Academic Misconduct Associated with Thesis Presentation and Other Work for Postgraduate Degrees Administered by the Higher Degrees by Research Sub-Committee

10.1 Referral of Allegation

10.1.1 In cases of academic misconduct in relation to work required for the award of a postgraduate degree administered by the Higher Degrees by Research Sub-Committee, the Dean, Graduate Research shall be notified promptly in writing of the allegation. All relevant material shall be provided by the Dean of the appropriate College, or the Higher Degrees by Research Sub-Committee.

10.1.2 If the Dean, Graduate Research, is the Principal Supervisor of the student against whom the allegation is made, the Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor  shall appoint a staff member of the University to perform the role of the Dean, Graduate Research Studies.

10.2 Preliminary Investigation

10.2.1 The Dean, Graduate Research shall consider matters relevant to the allegation, and shall, within seven days of receipt of the allegation, decide whether the allegation should be dismissed or proceed to a hearing. In undertaking the investigation, the Dean, Graduate Research may interview any persons deemed relevant to the allegation.

10.2.1.1 If the Dean, Graduate Research decides that the allegation should be dismissed, the Dean, Graduate Research shall, within 10 days of receipt of the allegation, notify the College Dean and the student, if the student has been advised of the allegation, that the allegation has been dismissed.

10.2.1.2 If the Dean, Graduate Research decides that the allegation should not be dismissed, the allegation shall proceed to a hearing.

10.3 Hearing

10.3.1 If the Dean, Graduate Research decides the allegation should proceed to a hearing, the Dean, Graduate Research shall, within 10 days of receipt of the allegation, issue written advice to the student of:

a) the allegation and details of the allegation;

b) the date of the hearing and of their right to be heard in person or be represented by a Student Association Case Worker at this hearing, which shall not be earlier than 14 days from the date of issue of this written advice; and

c) their right to submit to the Committee (see 10.3.2), within 14 days of the date of this written advice, a written statement either refuting or pleading guilty to the allegation.

10.3.2 The hearing will be conducted by a Committee comprising:

a) the Chair, Academic Board (Chair); and

b) two members of the academic division from Colleges other than those of the student and the supervisory committee, appointed by the Chair, Academic Board in consultation with the Dean, Graduate Research; and

c) a Student Association Case Worker.

10.3.2.1 Due regard shall be given to gender balance in determining the final membership of the Committee.

10.3.3 The Committee shall:

a) within 28 days of the date of the decision by the Dean, Graduate Research in 10.3.1 meet and consider all matters relevant to the allegation of misconduct including any guilty plea lodged by the student; and

b) consider testimony and/or written submissions of the student; and

c) interview the College Dean (and/or member of staff with responsibility for research training), the members of the student’s Supervisory Committee and/or any other persons whose evidence in its opinion may be relevant.

10.3.4 The Committee shall then decide either that the allegation of academic misconduct against the student is dismissed or that the allegation against the student is proved.

10.3.4.1 Where the allegation is proved, the Committee shall decide that:

a) the student receive no recognition for the work involved with the misconduct; or

b) the student’s enrolment at the University be cancelled and the student not be permitted to re-enrol for a defined period of time; or

c) the student’s enrolment at the University be cancelled and the student be excluded permanently from enrolment at the University; or

d) another penalty considered appropriate by the Committee.

10.3.4.2 In making the decision in 10.3.4.1, the Committee shall take into account any previous proven academic misconduct undertaken by the student.

10.3.5 The proceedings before the Hearing Committee may be recorded by electronic means and a transcript thereof, where required, may be prepared as soon as practicable after the hearing.

10.3.6 The Chair of the Committee shall, within seven days of the Committee having made a decision under 10.3.4, notify the student, the Dean, Graduate Research and the College Dean, via written correspondence, or all decisions and the reasons therefore made under 10.3.4 and include any copy of transcript from 10.3.5. The student will be informed of their right of appeal according to 10.4.

10.4 Appeal

10.4.1 If the allegation of academic misconduct against the student is proved the student may, within 20 working days of the date of despatch to the student of the decision made in accordance with 10.3.6, lodge an appeal against the decision, via written correspondence, with the University Secretary, stating clearly the grounds of the appeal.

10.4.2 A student may only appeal the decision of the Committee on the grounds that procedural fairness was not followed during:

a) the process of proving the allegation of misconduct; and

b) the process of deciding what penalty to apply.

10.4.3 The appeal process must commence within 10 working days of lodgement of the appeal with the University Secretary.

10.4.4 The appeal shall be considered by a Review Panel, comprising the Deputy Vice Chancellor, (Research and Innovation) (Chair), the Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor (or a permanent member of academic staff of professorial status) and a Student Association Case Worker.  Due regard shall be given to gender balance in determining the final membership of the Panel.

10.4.4.1 The Review Panel shall consider only:

a) the student’s grounds for lodging an appeal; and

b) such further material as the Panel may, in the exercise of its discretion, permit to be placed before it if it considers it necessary to make a decision.

10.4.5 The Chair of the Review Panel shall, within seven days of making a decision under 10.4.4, notify the Chair, Hearing Committee, the Dean, Graduate Research, the College Dean and the student, via written correspondence, of the Panel’s decision and the reasons therefore.

10.4.6 The decision of the Review Panel shall be final.

11.   Academic Misconduct as Determined by the Chair, Academic Board

In cases of other acts, which in the opinion of the Chair, Academic Board reasonably represent academic misconduct, the Chair, Academic Board will consult with the University Secretary as to the procedures to be undertaken.

Administration

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Approval Details

Policy Sponsor:

Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic

Approval Authority:

Academic Board

Date for next Major Review (in accordance with the Policy Handbook):

09/07/2014

Revision History

Approval date - the date the approval authority approved the establishment, minor or major amendment or disestablishment

Implementation Date - the date the policy was published in the Policy Library and is the date the policy takes effect

Version

Approval date

Implementation date

Details

Author

16-312/09/201616/09/2016Minor amendment: Clause 9 - "Faculties" replaced with 'Colleges"Quality, Standards and Policy Officer
16-229/08/201630/08/2016Clause 9.4.4 amended to align with Council approved Academic and Student Delegations RegisterQuality, Standards and Policy Officer

16-1

25/08/201626/08/2016

Minor amendments to align with Council approved Academic and Student Delegations Register

Associate Director, Enrolment and Client Services

15-1 (V2.0)

24/06/2015

 

Policy sponsor and approval authority amended to reflect approved policy framework

QSP

14-1 (V1.1)

12/05/2014

 

Roles amended to reflect organisation re-structure

Policy Officer

11-1

14/07/2011

15/07/2011

Change of approval authority only from Council to Vice Chancellor

 

09-1

09/07/2009

10/07/2009

Amendments

 

08-1

09/10/2008

10/10/2013

Amendments

 

05-1

11/08/2005

   

02-1

05/12/2002

   

94-1

07/07/1994

   

11-1

14/07/2011

   

Keywords:

Academic misconduct, plagiarism, invigilated assessment, non-invigilated assessment, thesis, higher degrees by research, copyright