Fair treatment, justice, encompassing diversity and supporting those who are vulnerable are all part of the University’s culture, anchored in Christian tradition.
Academic freedom is essential to the purpose of the University and central to the advancement of knowledge through teaching and research.
Academic integrity is ‘the moral code of academic life and endeavour. It involves using, generating and communicating information in an ethical, honest and responsible manner’.
As a member of the University you have the right to seek a review of or to appeal a decision of the University regarding assessment, admission to a course, or other academic decision.
Five Graduate Attributes establish the University’s aspirations for all of its graduates.
The University values diversity and is committed to the inclusion, engagement and support of students of a variety of beliefs, backgrounds and abilities.
The University aims to be an institution in which misconduct is challenged and addressed and in which the reporting of misconduct, of an improper state of affairs, or of illegal activity is encouraged and supported.