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Academic and Related Regulations 2012-13 »13 June 2012
The full Academic Regulations, Regulations Concerning Students, Academic Governance and Management Regulations and Library Services and Information Technology Services Regulations for 2012-13 approved by Academic Board, June 13
Academic Honesty and Integrity »29 June 2011
This sets out the College's strategy on academic honesty and integrity. Approved by the College Assessment Board on 29 June 2011.
College policy and procedures on the conduct of events, meetings and other activities by students and staff, approved by Principal's Central Team on 1 June 2009. Supported by the statement Maintaining Good Relations in the College Community.
Drugs: a policy statement »05 August 2009
Defines the College's policy on the misuse of drugs by students.
College guidance to help students understand what discrimination, bullying and harassment is, what support is available at the College, and which College procedures and regulations deal with helping to ensure that students are not unfairly treated or victimised, either by another student, a member of staff or a College visitor.
Procedures for investigating cases of suspected plagiarism/cheating, dealing with minor cases, and when the College's Misconduct Regulations should apply. Updated November 2011
Statement of the College's commitment to freedom of enquiry, speech, thought, conscience and religion, freedom of expression, and freedom of assembly, and how that will be implemented to reflect legal requirements and the balance between the rights and interests of different sections of the community. Supports the College Policy and Procedures in Respect of Permissible Activities.
A student guide to the College's regulations relating to student misconduct, including allegations of plagiarism, collusion, cheating and disciplinary matters. Provides information and guidance about each stage of the process including preliminary enquiry meetings, hearings of the Examination Misconduct Committee or Disciplinary Committee and appeals. Approved 24 May 2013.
The College's procedure for investigating allegations of misconduct by those carrying out research under the auspices of the College. Updated by Directorate of Research Management September 2012
Section B1 of the Regulations Concerning Students 2012-13. General regulations relating to students' behaviour, including provisions on compliance with College policy statements, and payment of fees.
Section B2 of the Regulations Concerning Students 2012-13. Regulations governing behaviour in College residences, the observance of which is a condition of the agreement between the College and students allocated places in residences.
Regulations: B2 Residence Regulations 2012-13 Appendices (Regulations Concerning Students) »13 June 2012
Appendices to section B2 (Residence Regulations) of the Regulations Concerning Students 2012-13. The appendices include procedures for complaints and review of complaints; procedure for requesting the termination of a residence agreement; procedure for arranging private parties; disciplinary procedures; and the procedure for overnight guests.
Section B3 of the Regulations Concerning Students 2012-13. Regulations relating to student misconduct, including the definition of misconduct; procedures for investigating allegations; the conduct of hearings; the roles of the Examinations Misconduct Committee and the Disciplinary Committee; and appeals.
Regulations: B4 Academic Progress Regulations 2012-13 (Regulations Concerning Students) »13 June 2012
Section B4 of the Regulations Concerning Students 2012-13. These regulations cover the removal of students for failure to make sufficient academic progress, appeals against removal on academic grounds and removal of a student from an external environment.
Regulations: B5 Fitness for Registration and Practice Regulations 2012-13 (Regulations Concerning Students) »13 June 2012
Section B5 of the Regulations Concerning Students 2012-13. Regulations pertaining to students following programmes of study that lead to a professional qualification which is registrable with a statutory regulatory body, designed to ensure that students are fit for registration and fit to practice. Include provisions relating to fitness to practice committees and appeal procedures.
Regulations: B6 Student Complaints Procedure 2012-13 (Regulations Concerning Students) »13 June 2012
Section B6 of the Regulations Concerning Students 2012-13. Regulations for investigating and resolving complaints by students, including provisions for informal resolution; formal complaints procedures; and procedures for the review of complaints.