The Role of Legislation
Legislation, or statutory law, is law which has been enacted by a legislature or a governing body. Prior to enactment legislation is known as a bill and following enactment as an Act. For the University of Wollongong the relevant legislatures are those of the Government of New South Wales (State Parliament) and the Commonwealth of Australia (Federal Parliament). There are a number of legislative instruments specific to the operation of the University, and many that apply to general community as well as the University. Though not exhaustive this site provides information on the instruments of legislation that have a significant role in the management and functions of the University.
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The 2018 Schedule of Committee Meetings is currently under development. All approved and tentative dates advised to Governance have been updated on this schedule.
Please send any additions or changes to Governance.
This schedule includes meeting details for University Council and Council Committees, Academic Senate and its committees, as well as Faculty and other University Committees.
The 2017 Schedule of Committee Meetings is currently up to date. Any additions or changes should be sent to Governance.