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All students are required to agree they have read the Student Code Policy when they enrol or re-enrol at UNSW.
The Student Code outlines the behaviour that is expected of students, and also details key obligations of the University towards students.
The three principles of the Code are:
Your rights and responsibilities
The Student Code applies to all students at UNSW regarding all aspects of teaching, learning and research. The Code also applies to students while they are studying overseas on a UNSW arranged exchange, or when they are representing the University in sports or other activities.
Breaches of the Student Code are investigated under the Student Misconduct Procedures. There are a range of penalties under the Procedures, from warnings to expulsion from the University.
Part B of the Code outlines some of the University’s responsibilities towards students. Students have the right to lodge a complaint under the Student Complaint Procedure if the University is not fulfilling its obligations.
ICT resources - Conditions of use
When agreeing to the Student Code you agree to protect UNSW ICT (Information, Communication and Technology) systems, information and accounts by using your access only as authorised and keeping your account details confidential. An example of inappropriate use is using another’s UNSW Login ID and/or Password, or allowing others to use yours.
Misuse of ICT resources by students will attract penalties. Refer to the Student Code Policy for details.
Students can apply for special consideration when illness or other circumstances beyond their control, interfere with their assessment performance.
The Special Consideration page includes important information regarding:
Medical certificates submitted for Special Consideration should always be requested from a registered medical practitioner that you have seen at a medical practice. Certificates obtained online or via social media may be fraudulent and if relied upon could result in a breach of the UNSW Student Code