As a Unitec student you need to know about a variety of policies, procedures and statutes covering everything from enrolment and complaints to rights and responsibilities.
Academic Integrity Policy
The Academic Integrity Policy defines Academic Integrity at Unitec, and its commitment to ensure its staff and students maintain Academic Integrity.
Academic and Programme Management Policy
The Academic and Programme Management Policy gives effect to the principles of Unitec's Academic Statute.
The Academic Statute details the regulations that affect every programme you can enrol in at Unitec. It contains information on the rules governing student appeals, and sets out the ways a student might be ‘excluded’ from Unitec for continued poor academic performance.
Admission, Enrolment and Fees Policy
The Admission, Enrolment and Fees Policy explains the entry criteria for Unitec programmes, including the conditions you need to meet, and the reasons we might decline an application. It also covers the enrolment process, and how and when to pay tuition fees.
Admission Requirements Policy
The Admission Requirements Policy explains more about the entry criteria you need to meet to be accepted into a Unitec programme - in particular the grades or qualifications you need to have achieved.
Assessment and Feedback Policy
The Assessment and Feedback Policy sets out some of Unitec’s obligations and your rights, in terms of how assessment and feedback should be organised while you study at Unitec. It also sets out the timeframes within which you should expect to receive feedback on assessments.
Countering Harassment Policy
The Countering Harassment Policy sets out the ways in which a harassment complaint can be resolved at Unitec. It applies to staff and students and is applicable to any type of harassment claim that is made.
Countering Harassment Procedures
The Countering Harassment Procedures should be read in conjunction with the Countering Harassment Policy. This document explains the steps that Unitec takes and the process we go through when dealing with a harassment complaint.
Electronic Devices and Systems Policy
The Electronic Devices and Systems Policy explains the responsibilities of everyone who uses Unitec’s electronic devices and systems. It exists to make sure information technology use at Unitec is as secure and risk-free as possible, while still allowing people access to software and devices.
Procedure for the Conduct of Appeals
The Procedure for the Conduct of Appeals sets out the process for student appeals, to make sure they are as fair and transparent as possible.
Privacy of Information Policy and Procedures document
The Privacy of Information Policy and Procedures document refers to the Privacy Act 1993 and sets out the principles that must be applied when managing personal information at Unitec.
Student Complaints Resolution Policy
The Student Complaints Resolution Policy If you feel you’ve been let down by a service, process, or another member of the Unitec community, this policy explains how Unitec deals with formal complaints to reach a fair resolution. The Student Advocate service is also here to support and help you work through the complaints resolution process, if you need it.
Student Disciplinary Statute
The Student Disciplinary Statute sets out the behaviours that are unacceptable at Unitec, and the disciplinary process for those who break the rules. It also sets out your right to a fair hearing, and to the support available if you ever find yourself under investigation for misconduct.
The Smoke-Free Policy explains the rules around smoking on Unitec campuses.
Vehicle Use, Safety and Parking Statute
If you drive to Unitec, the Vehicle Use, Safety and Parking Statute sets out the rules for using your vehicle on campus. It also outlines your rights and obligations when parking at Unitec, and how to retrieve your vehicle if it ever gets towed!
Accommodation for International Students Policy
The Accommodation for International Students Policy outlines Unitec’s responsibility to arrange accommodation for international students, and to ensure the accommodation meets our obligations under the Code of Practice for International Students – particularly for persons under the age of 18.