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...
  • 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.
  • 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...
  • Copyright Compliance Policy
    In undertaking teaching, research or other University activities, it is often necessary to use, adapt or link to material that is owned by a party other than the University. The University supports th...
  • Equal Opportunity Policy
    Through this policy the University seeks to promote the principles of equal opportunity; equity, fairness and social justice and to acting in accordance with relevant legislation.
  • Externally-Funded Researcher Support Policy
    Research Fellows and Grant Funded Researchers play a vital role in the University, and contribute to a vibrant research culture that characterises our research-intensive institution. The purpose of th...
  • Freedom of Information Policy
    The University of Adelaide is a body established for a public purpose and an "agency" under the Freedom of Information Act 1991 ("the FOI Act"). Members of the public have a right of access to docume...
  • Giving Policy Restricted to Staff
    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...
  • Jointly Conferred Coursework Awards Policy
    The University delivers jointly conferred awards through approved partnerships in order to develop its education portfolio, broaden its international outlook, enhance the experience of students and st...
  • Jointly Conferred Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Awards Policy
    The University delivers jointly conferred Higher Degree by Research (HDR) awards through approved partnerships in order to develop its education portfolio, broaden its international outlook, enhance t...
  • Modified Arrangements for Coursework Assessment (MACA) Policy
    This policy describes the modified arrangements that the University may provide to a student in the event that their capacity to demonstrate their true level of competence in an assessment or examinat...
  • Professorial Named Chairs Guidelines
    These Guidelines are designed to provide a clear process for the effective assignment of named Chairs in the University.
  • Recruitment Policy and Procedures
    The University of Adelaide aims to attract, select, appoint and retain quality staff. This policy sets out principles and procedures to ensure staff recruitment and selection practices are consistent,...
  • Remuneration and Employment Benefits Policy
    The University aims to provide attractive conditions of employment for its staff. This policy supports the University's primary goals of teaching, learning and research by supporting the attraction, ...
  • 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...
  • Research Data and Primary Materials Policy
    In accordance with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research, all data storage and management processes must be accessible, easy to use, affordable, auditable, flexible, sufficient a...
  • Risk Policy Restricted to Staff
    The Risk Policy affirms the University's commitment to building a risk culture in which opportunities and threats are identified and managed effectively to assist in the pursuit of the University's ob...
  • Staff Development, Performance and Promotions Policy and Procedures
    The University aims to: build the knowledge, skills and capabilities of its staff in support of the University's world class research and excellent student experience; enable all staff to be and perfo...
  • 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...
  • Tied Research Funds Policy
    Staff members are encouraged to secure external research funding in support of their research and the University's strategic vision. Funding is often subject to an Agreement with the Funding Body, and...
  • Timetabling Policy and Procedures
    This policy sets out how the University intends to achieve coordinated and consistent timetabling practices of Teaching Activities across the University in order to facilitate the timely production of...
  • 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...
  • Whistleblower Policy
    The University of Adelaide (the University) is committed to a culture of integrity and accountability and systems that support transparency in decision-making, good governance and ethical behaviour. ...