University Policies: Information on the following University Policies can be found at the websites below
Policies and procedures
- Teaching and Assessment: Code of Practice – Teaching
- Teaching and Assessment: Subject Delivery Policy
- Teaching and Assessment: Assessment and Feedback Policy
- Review and Appeal of Academic Decisions Policy
- Academic Integrity Policy
- Code of Practice – Honours
- Code of Practice – Research
- Code of Practice – Work Integrated Learning (Professional Experience)
- Course Progress Policy
- Coursework Rules
- Ethics & Gene Technology
- Examinations Rules and Procedures
- Human Research Ethics Guidelines
- Copyright Policy
- IP Intellectual Property Policy
- Inclusive Language Guidelines
- Workplace Health and Safety Policy
- Ethical Objection or Religious by Students to the Use of Animal and Animal Products in Coursework Subjects Policy
- Student Charter
- Student Conduct Rules
- Student Academic Consideration Policy
- Student Academic Consideration
Support Services and Facilities
- Learning Development
- Library Services
- Learning, Innovation, Facilities and Technologies (LIFT) – Audiovisual Services
- Disability Liaison Officer
- Student Support Advisers (SSA)
- Woolyungah Indigenous Centre (WIC)
- Student Representatives
Learning Development offers a range of free services to all enrolled students who wish to improve their academic or English language skills. There are a range of workshops available including; essay writing and editing; reading for assessment tasks; grammar; presentation skills; pronunciation and exam preparation.
For information on language and academic skills workshops, or to make appointments for consultations, please visit the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) or for further information visit the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) website.
Telephone: 02 4221 3977
Location: Building 11.209 Level 2 (take lifts opposite UniShop)
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Research Consultation Service: 1 hour appointment with an information specialist.
Available to UOW academics, HDRs, postgraduates, Honours and Masters students.
By phone: (02) 4221 3584
Audiovisual Services provides a range of AV equipment which may be booked for use in lectures, tutorials, presentations etc by current UOW students. For further information on the booking procedure, please contact Audiovisual Services on 4221 3993. They are located on the Ground Floor, Building 20.
Telephone: 02 4221 3993
Location: Bldg 20 Rm G15
The Disability Liaison Officer (DLO) can provide advice on how particular disabilities affect university study and information on resources available at the University for assisting students with disabilities. Students commencing courses are advised to contact the Disability Liaison Officer prior to the beginning of their first session of study.
The Student Support Advisers can offer support, referral, information and assistance to all students in the Faculty. They can provide particular assistance and support to students with disabilities, international students, students with carer responsibilities, students from rural or isolated areas, indigenous students and students on low incomes. They can act as an intermediary between the student and the Faculty’s academic and general staff and work closely with the Student Services and Faculty Disability Advisers.
Woolyungah Indigenous Centre (WIC) provides academic and personal support for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander and other indigenous students. The Centre also runs an Indigenous Specific Orientation Program for students who gain entry to the University through the alternative admissions program.
For further information on services offered, consult the Woolyungah Indigenous Centre website or contact the office.
Telephone: 02 4221 3776 or toll free 1800 735 592
Location: Building 30
The student representatives are elected in April of every year by students to represent them to the faculty on a wide range of issues. The Student Representatives can raise issues or concerns held by students directly with the Faculty of Business and Law.
For further information about the Student Representatives and contact details, consult the Student Representatives website.