The Guide for Class Reps
‘The Guide for Class Reps’ is a class representative’s first point of reference to get information regarding how they conduct their roles at the University of Auckland. Class representatives may recall the guide being presented to them during the start-of-semester training to help them learn more about their role; what they need to do in their role; how to be an effective class representative; and where to get support.
University of Auckland Class Representation Policy
‘The University of Auckland Class Representation Policy’ outlines the policy framework for the management of the class representative programme at the University of Auckland. This policy framework clarifies the roles and responsibilities of class representatives, as well as the roles and responsibilities of the university.
Addressing Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination Policy and Procedures
This document outlines the University’s commitment to ensuring people are treated with dignity and respect. All members of the University community have the right to study and work in an environment that is safe, inclusive, and equitable.
This document, effective from 1 October 2020, details the Statute for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, and includes guidelines explaining how this Statute is applied. The document is intended for people who are candidates for the PhD Degree, or who wish to be candidates for the PhD, and for those involved with the administration, supervision and examination of the PhD at the University of Auckland.
Assessment (Coursework, Tests and Examinations) Policy
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that the processes of assessment in undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses align with the University’s principles of assessment. The policy applies to all staff members, and students in undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses. Note that separate policy documents govern the assessment of postgraduate research and doctoral students.
Student Academic Conduct Statute (2020)
The purpose of this statute is to set out the University’s processes for addressing suspected breaches of academic integrity and to ensure they are transparent, fair and appropriately applied. This Statute applies to all staff members and all students at the University of Auckland. The Statute describes and classifies academic misconduct and academic misconduct in examinations; it sets out the procedures for dealing with allegations of academic misconduct in courses, research and examinations; states the penalties that may be imposed for academic misconduct, and the grounds and processes for review. This Statute applies to all staff members and all students at the University of Auckland.