Policies under review
The following policies are being reviewed or are due for review within the next 6 months.
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...
Academic Progress by Coursework Students Policy
This policy describes the ways in which the University identifies students who are not making satisfactory academic progress and therefore considered at risk by the University. It outlines the measure...
Admissions to Coursework Programs Policy
This policy sets out the University of Adelaide's approach to the selection of applicants for admission to coursework programs. It reflects the University's commitment to the highest academic standard...
Admissions to Research Programs Policy
This policy sets out the University of Adelaide's approach to the selection of applicants for admission to research programs. It reflects the University's commitment to the highest academic standards ...
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 ...
Assessment for Coursework Programs Policy
Assessment is a core academic activity and an essential component of the learning process. Its main purposes are to encourage student learning, to make judgements about student achievements, and to mo...
The University of Adelaide Responsible Conduct of Research Policy adopts the principles embodied in the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research [the Code], including the requirements f...
Award of Emeritus Professor, Emeritus Fellow and Honorary University Fellow Titles Policy
The policy provides for the award of emeritus titles to honour and acknowledge distinguished and sustained service to the University.
Behaviour and Conduct Policy
The University of Adelaide aims to encourage a working environment of respect, transparency and integrity through appropriate behaviour and conduct and through compliance with relevant legislation.
Chancellor Honorarium Policy
Council in November 2014 approved an Honorarium be given to the Chancellor of the University of Adelaide.