Student conduct at Curtin
Curtin University is a community where all staff and students have rights and responsibilities and are expected to uphold Curtin's core values of Integrity, Respect, Fairness and Care.
This guide outlines the rights you have as a student, the expectations that the University has of you, and what you can expect from the University. It outlines where you can seek advice and what you can do if you have any concerns or questions about conduct at Curtin.
It is important that all members of the Curtin Community adhere to their responsibilities in order to encourage an environment where Integrity, Respect, Fairness and Care are integral in governing our actions and behaviour.
If the student's alleged behaviour is considered to be either Academic or General Misconduct it is dealt with in accordance with Statute 10 Student Discipline [.pdf].
The procedural details for dealing with Student Misconduct are outlined in three separate rules:
Under Standard 13 of the National Code 2007 and Schedule B, Section 5.2 of the above mentioned rules, an International Students enrolment may be suspended due to misconduct.