Policies under review
The following policies are being reviewed or are due for review within the next 6 months.
Academic Credit Arrangements Policy
The University acknowledges the need for clear and effective credit arrangements to increase opportunities for students to access education, improve student mobility between sectors and institutions, ...
Academic Honesty Policy
Academic honesty is a fundamental part of learning and teaching and a core value of the University of Adelaide. The University takes the view that all academic dishonesty is unacceptable and this poli...
Acknowledgement of the Kaurna People and their Land at Significant University Events Policy
The Adelaide Plains of South Australia are home to the Kaurna Aboriginal people. The Kaurna people lived on this land for many thousands of years and were made up of independent groups living within t...
Adelaide Policy Framework
The University of Adelaide governs the organisation through Government legislation, University statutes, policies and guidelines. The University of Adelaide's Policy Framework is the operational struc...
Alcohol Management and Use Policy
The University of Adelaide is committed to providing its staff, students and visitors with a safe, secure and inclusive community. The University recognises that staff, students and visitors enjoy a ...
Child-Safe Environment Policy
The University is committed to the protection and wellbeing of children in accordance with: the Children's Protection Act 1993 (SA) ("the Act"), which requires appropriate policies and procedures in p...
Code of Conduct Policy
This Code of Conduct is intended to guide University of Adelaide staff and titleholders to identify issues of ethical conduct that may arise in their employment or association with the University. It...
Collection Management Policy and Procedures
The University of Adelaide has eighteen identified art, heritage and teaching collections, totalling approximately 500,000 objects (see Appendix 1). These collections enhance the University's environ...
- Contracts and Agreements Policy
- Funding from the Tobacco Industry Policy
Engagement with and support from the broader community - locally, nationally and internationally - is essential for the University to continue to be recognised as a great research and teaching univers...
Intellectual Property Policy
The University is a leader in research and innovation, and supports wide dissemination of research findings and transfer of knowledge. Within an environment in which ideas are often freely shared, th...
Recognition of Disciplines Policy
This policy provides for the establishment and discontinuation of disciplines within Schools and Faculties of the University of Adelaide.
Research Centres and Research Institutes Framework
The University aims to build and support research of the highest quality, and encourages the strategic use of Research Centres and Research Institutes to promote existing and emerging areas of researc...
Student Experience of Learning and Teaching Policy
SELT surveys are designed to be an indicator of learning and teaching practices from the student perspective. They are an important source of information to inform individual teaching practice, decisi...
Student Health Assessment and Leave Policy
The University is a research and learning community where students of diverse backgrounds and circumstances are supported to participate in the pursuit of knowledge.
Students have the primary respo...
Students with Prescribed Communicable Infections Policy
The policy sets out testing and notification requirements for prescribed communicable infections such as HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C, for entry to academic programs in the Faculty of Health ...
Teaching Development for New Academic Staff Policy
In its quest for excellence in learning and teaching, the University of Adelaide requires as a condition of continuing employment (tenure), that new academic staff undergo a program of teaching develo...
Travel and Entertainment Policy and Procedures
Work and study related activities for University staff and students may require travel or entertainment at the University's expense. The purpose of this Policy is to: a) empower and support staff and...
University Records Policy
This Policy affirms the University's commitment to compliance with mandatory laws and codes relating to record keeping and data management (including the State Records Act 1997 and the Australian Code...