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Office of Governance Services
The Office of Governance Services provides a wide range of support services to the governing bodies of the University, as well as managing a range of corporate information and functions.
Resolving complaints at the University. There are three complaint resolution avenues available. Direct Informal, Formal Internal and Formal External.
RAMS is responsible for implementing consistent records management programs throughout the University and providing advice, assistance, guidance and training to all staff.
The University Archives goal is to capture, preserve, manage and make available a documentary heritage resource of the University, its predecessors, local communities and those people and organisations with which it has had a close association.
Policy and Delegations
Policy DDS is the University's repository of approved rules, policies and procedures.
The Delegations Register provides details of individual delegation holders in the University (staff login required).
Information about elections for various committees across the University is available on the Elections page (opens in a new window).
Information about elections for student positions on various committees (including campus councils and governance committees) is available on the Student elections page.
The Student Misconduct Rule applies to all University and The College students, and is effective from 1 January 2016.
The Rule outlines the misconduct process, and clearly defines the roles and responsibilities of staff and students.
The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act regulates the provision of education to overseas students in Australia.
Information for staff and students about privacy issues at the University including privacy complaints and privacy legislation.
Advice about how to make a request for information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.