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  • Dangerous Weapons PolicyThis policy generally prohibits dangerous weapons such as firearms, explosives or or other weapons, from the campuses of the University.
  • Death Response PolicyThis policy explains how the University will respond to notifications regarding the death of a University student or staff member.
  • Deferred Exam ProceduresThe procedures direct staff and students on the process to be followed when requesting and organising a Deferred Exam for students who are unable to attend a final exam due to serious illness, misadventure, accident or circumstances that are beyond their control.
  • Delegations (Administrative) PolicyThis policy lists the delegation holders approved by the Board of Trustees, the functions over which delegates have authority and the level of delegation, and the rules associated with exercising delegations.
  • Digital Information Security PolicyThis policy details the core responsibilities and requirements associated with the protection and security of the University's information technology and computer-based systems and the data contained therein.
  • Disability PolicyThis policy details the University's access and inclusion provision for staff and students with disabilities. It details the nature of assistance available, including reasonable adjustment and academic integration plans, and processes associated with provision of support, and complaints and appeals mechanisms.
  • Discrimination, Harassment, Vilification and Victimisation Prevention GuidelinesThese guidelines support the University's commitment to the principles of equal opportunity and providing an environment that is free from unlawful discrimination, unlawful harassment, vilification and victimisation, as required by Commonwealth and State laws and associated regulations, standards, and codes of practice. This document provides guidance in preventing unlawful and adverse behaviours.
  • Discrimination, Harassment, Vilification and Victimisation Prevention PolicyThis policy reflects the University's commitment to the principles of equal opportunity and providing an environment that is free from unlawful discrimination, unlawful harassment, vilification and victimisation, as required by Commonwealth and State laws and associated regulations, standards, and codes of practice. This policy outlines the University's aims in preventing unlawful and adverse behaviours and provides procedures to assist in prevention of such activities.
  • Disputes, Claims and Litigation PolicyThis policy outlines the principles and procedures to be followed when requesting legal services or advice and applies civil disputes, claims or litigation to which the University is a party.
  • Doctor of Letters and Doctor of Science Degrees PolicyThis policy outlines eligibility and criteria related to the awarding of higher doctorates by the University.
  • Doctor of Medicine by Publication PolicyThis document establishes policy for the academic governance of the degree of Doctor of Medicine by Publication including the admission of candidates, matters related to the enrolment and progression of candidatures, examination and graduation.
  • Doctor of Philosophy by Publication PolicyThis policy details the requirements related to application and admission, candidature, portfolio and examination, and award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Publication by the University.
  • Doctorate PolicyThis policy details the requirements related to admission, candidature, thesis, and award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by the University.
  • Domestic and Family Violence Support GuidelinesThese guidelines serve to compliment the Domestic and Family Violence Support Policy. They consolidate information on existing supports available for staff, and include a focus on Manager and staff responsibilities, mandatory reporting requirements and staff and safety considerations.
  • Domestic and Family Violence Support PolicyThis policy serves to outline the University's position in recognising the significant impact domestic and family violence can have on the life and experience of its students, staff and related individuals. It also outlines measures in place to ensure the health, safety and well-being of all staff and students, and support measures in place to facilitate continued participation and success in study and work.
  • Donations and Fundraising PolicyThis policy outlines the University's requirements for the effective and ethical acceptance and management of donations and the conduct of fundraising activities.
  • Drones PolicyAerial drones have various uses in a university context including research fieldwork, learning and teaching, marketing and promotion and in some recreational settings. The use of drones is heavily regulated by the Civil Aviation Authority (CASA). The Drones Policy addresses CASA's regulations and provides for the safe and legal use of aerial drones in the University context.
  • Dual Award and Joint Higher Degrees PolicyProvides for dual awards and joint higher degrees with partner institutions.