University regulations, statutes and guidelines

All students should be aware of the following:

Student Academic Conduct Statute

The Student Academic Conduct Statute describes and classifies academic misconduct and academic misconduct in examinations; it sets out the procedures for dealing with allegations of academic misconduct in courses, research and examinations; states the penalties that may be imposed for academic misconduct, and the grounds and processes for review.

Read more information about the Student Academic Conduct Statute.

The Use of Third Party Assistance in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework: Guidelines for Students

These guidelines explain how to use help from others and the limits of this assistance.

Read more about the Use of Third Party Assistance in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework: Guidelines for Students.

Statute for Student Discipline (2013)

The Statute for Student Discipline (2013) outlines the principles of good government and discipline that students are expected to adhere to and describes the composition and powers of Discipline Committee.

Read more about the Statute for Student Discipline (2013).

The University of Auckland Campus Rules

The Auckland Campus Rules set out the expectations of conduct for student and staff behaviour on all University of Auckland campuses.

Read more about the University of Auckland Campus Rules.

Please read Postgraduate policies, guidelines and forms.

Cheating is dealt with in the following official regulations and Statutes of the University, published in the University Calendar: