Our policy library is the authoritative source of academic and administrative policies, procedures, guidelines, rules and regulations of the university.
Your subject outline should be read in conjunction with academic policies and regulations available in the Charles Sturt University Policy Library. This includes policies and regulations such as those listed below:
The following policies and guidelines apply to Charles Sturt University residences.
Policy to ensure that staff involved in academic work and all students at Charles Sturt University have a shared understanding of academic integrity and its fundamental value for learning, teaching and research. Policy covers plagiarism, cheating and collusion.
This policy sets out the requirements for the assessment of students at Charles Sturt University and is supported by five procedures. These outline the expectations of academics and students. This policy also contains details regarding special consideration.
This procedure explains how the academic progress of domestic and international coursework students will be monitored, the consequences of not maintaining satisfactory progress, and how you will be supported if you are not meeting requirements.
Outlines the conditions and obligations associated with authorised use of Charles Sturt's computing and communication facilities.
This policy sets out the requirements for each stage of your course and subjects. This includes:
The Enrolment Policy outlines the requirements for students and the University to consistently and fairly manage subject enrolments and fees
This policy details the requirements pertaining to Higher Degree by Research.
A university-wide framework to guide the lawful and ethical use of Learning Analytics to improve learning and teaching at Charles Sturt.
Rule governing aspects of operation of the Library.
Outlines the roles and responsibilities of students at Charles Sturt.
Policy which applies to academic misconduct allegedly committed by students enrolled in subjects or undertaking research at the University.