Forms & Policies
Being part of the University of Adelaide means there are a number of excellent additional resources available to you.
There are a number of policies that relate to your studies at the University, below is a selection of important policies that we strongly encourage you to familiarise yourself with:
Unsatisfactory Academic Progress The Unsatisfactory Academic Progress by Coursework Students Policy provides a framework for identifying and assisting coursework students whose academic performance falls below set standards.
Academic Honesty and Assessment Obligations for Coursework Student Policy This policy sets out the obligations of students when undertaking assessment tasks, including examinations, particularly the obligation of academic honesty. It is important that you understand what the University deems as academic dishonesty, which may take the form of plagiarism in assignments and cheating in exams.
Examinations Policy This policy provides a framework for issues such as the organisation of exams and grounds for supplementary assessment, to assist students in performing to their highest academic potential.
Information Technology Acceptable Use Policy The purpose of this policy is to give a clear statement to all users of University IT facilities of their responsibilities, including what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable use.
Student Charter This charter provides students with an overview of what they can expect of the University, and of their responsibilities as students.
Other resources / policies
Student Grievance Resolution Process If you have a grievance because of a decision or action by a University of Adelaide staff member or the action of one or more University of Adelaide students, we will do our best to help you resolve the grievance.
Academic Honesty Policy This policy sets out the obligations of coursework students when undertaking assessment tasks, including examinations, particularly the obligation of academic honesty.
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, and increase the pathways into and between qualifications through recognition of prior learning.
Modified Arrangements for Coursework Assessment Policy acknowledges that students who obtain a fail grade in a course may warrant a second chance to demonstrate that they have met the learning outcomes of that course. The policy extends this safety net to students who fail the last course required to complete their academic program.
- Course Add
- Course Drop
- Timetable Clash
- Credit Transfer
- Cross Institutional
- Discontinuation of Studies
- Honours Application
- Leave of Absence
- Offshore Enrolment
- Refunds, Remissions and Re-credits
- Retrospective Withdraw Not Fail
- Replacement/Additional Assessment Exams
- Postgraduate Research Student Forms
- Unit Overload Request