UNSW holds its students and staff to the highest of standards.
As a student or staff member of UNSW you have the right to feel safe and secure at all times on campus and to fully participate in all aspects of university life.
At UNSW, there is no place for academic, research, or professional misconduct including, cheating, bullying, discrimination, harassment, corruption, gendered violence and assault. The university is committed to preventing all such behaviour and supporting those who have been harmed by this conduct.
Here you can find out more details about how we ensure respect and integrity underpin the pursuit of knowledge at UNSW.
UNSW expect all students to conduct themselves appropriately in accordance with the codes and policies.
UNSW expects the highest standards of integrity across all aspects of research conducted by UNSW researchers.
This Code sets out the University’s expectations of staff and affiliates with respect to their professional and personal conduct.
Reports of wrongdoing are different to other complaints, but what exactly is wrongdoing and how should it be reported?
Behaviour that amounts to sexual harassment or assault is not acceptable at UNSW. If you are a student or staff who has been affected by gendered violence, there is support and reporting options available inside and outside of UNSW.
How to add a student to the plagiarism register or make a referral of suspected misconduct to be investigated by the Conduct and Integrity Office.