The following policies apply for all subjects offered by the Faculty.
Academic Integrity policies
- Information and resources about the UOW academic integrity, misconduct and plagiarism policies
- UOW academic integrity policy
Referencing and Citing
Staff are committed to the use of non-sexist and non-racist language in all work submitted for assessment.
Accessibility and Inclusion
The Student Accessibility and Inclusion (SAI) team offers personalised assistance for students living with a disability who are studying at UOW. We use reasonable adjustments, provided through Access Plans, to enable students with disability to participate in education on the same basis as students without disability.
Refer to each subjects' moodle site for details on assessment requirements and submission.
Student Grievance Process
For information about dealing with a grievance concerning assessable work or any other type of decision or action of a staff member, see the University’s policy for dealing with student grievances. You can also contact a Student Support Coordinator (SSC) via email@example.com.
Use of Calculators in Examinations
The normal School Policy is that only the calculators approved by the Board of Studies are approved for use in examinations.
Academic Consideration is intended to help minimise the impact of compassionate, compelling or extenuating circumstances beyond a student’s control, which significantly impair a student’s ability to complete an assessment task on or by the due date as stipulated in the Subject Outline; or which affects Academic Progress in a subject relevant to their course of study.
Student Central is your primary point of contact during your studies at UOW. Staff at Student Central can assist you with a range of enquiries, from enrolment through to graduation and beyond. Student Central aim to ensure students have access to the information they need, at the time they need it. Student Central can be contacted via phone, email or in-person at our Wollongong campus.
The University of Wollongong has options to get you connected whether you are a student, staff member or visitor; on or off campus or living in UOW accommodation.
All users must comply with the IT Acceptable Use policy when accessing the UOW network. Connecting to any network, wired or wireless at UOW will require you to identify yourself through your UOW username and password.
For more information, visit the UOW wifi and internet access page.
UOW IT policies (including acceptable use policy, cybersecurity policy, and data handling guidelines).
Students are encouraged to go to the following websites, where appropriate, to seek greater clarification on matters related to study at the University:
- Teaching and Assessment Policy Suite
- Student Conduct Rules
- Academic Integrity and Plagiarism
- Academic Consideration Policy
- Academic Grievance Policy - (Coursework and Honours Students)
- Student Academic Grievance Policy - (Higher Degree Research Students)
- General Course Rules
- Code of Practice - Honours
- Code of Practice - Supervision
- Student Conduct Rules
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Intellectual Property Policy
- Code of Practice - Student Professional Experience
- Ethical Objection by Students to the Use of Animal and Animal Products in Coursework Subjects
- Code of Practice - Research