The Conduct & Integrity Office supports UNSW by ensuring that the principles of respect and integrity underpin the pursuit of knowledge.
Upon your enrolment at UNSW, you share responsibility with us for maintaining a safe, harmonious and tolerant University environment.
The University provides students with the opportunity to:
The University endeavours to ensure that students:
As members of the UNSW community students behave lawfully at all times.
Unlawful behaviour includes but is not limited to possessing, using or supplying prohibited weapon/s or substance/s; engaging in fraud; sexual misconduct; and illegally downloading copyrighted material.
Upon enrolment, students join the UNSW community. As members of the UNSW community, students are expected to observe and uphold standards of conduct which are outlined in this code with respect to behaviour:
The following principles of open and respectful discussion are key to fostering and preserving a safe and fair learning environment and a positive student experience at UNSW:
Misconduct at UNSW usually falls into one of three categories; academic, non-academic or research misconduct. Learn about what actions or behaviours may constitute misconduct.
If it's not your words, it's not your work. Cheating is serious and could result in severe consequences.
As humans, we can all make mistakes from time to time. At UNSW we believe that students deserve the opportunity to learn from their mistakes.
Here are some contacts you can reach out to for help and advice when dealing with issues and trying to resolving your questions or complaints at UNSW.
A complaint is any type of problem, concern or grievance about your studies, student life, the University or the University environment.
How to add a students to the plagiarism register or make a referral of suspected misconduct to be investigated by the Conduct and Integrity Office.
1 January – December 31, 2022
1 January – December 31, 2021