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  • Carer's Leave Procedures

    These procedures set down the carer's leave provisions that apply where employment is governed by the University's enterprise agreement.

  • Cash Collection and Receipting Procedures

    This procedure sets out the processes for cash handling within the University.

  • Cash Handling Policy

    This policy sets out the controls for cash handling within the University.

  • Child Safe Environment Policy

    The purpose of this policy is to set out the University's commitment to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children with whom University staff, students and volunteers interact in the course of their employment or study, and to ensure that the University fulfils its obligations under the: Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 (NSW); Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act 2000 (Qld); and, any other State or Territory based equivalents.

  • Child Safe Environment Procedures

    The purpose of this procedure is to set out the University's commitment to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children with whom University staff, students and volunteers interact in the course of their employment or study, and to ensure that the University fulfils its obligations under the: Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 (NSW); Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act 2000 (Qld); and, any other State or Territory based equivalents.

  • Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Policy

    Establishes management principles and procedures for the University's CCTV network.

  • Code of Conduct

    This Code of Conduct establishes the minimum standards and obligations relating to conduct and behaviour.

  • Commercial Activities Policy

    This Policy provides principles and processes for evaluating, approving and monitoring the University’s commercial activities.

  • Commercial Activities Procedures

    This document links to a procedure which provides processes for evaluating, approving and monitoring the University’s commercial activities.

  • Committees of Examiners Meeting Procedures

    The purpose of this Procedure is to establish processes for Committees of Examiners meetings.

  • Community Engaged Learning At-Risk Procedures

    Provides a means for designated officers of the University to restrict student participation in third party Community Engaged Learning settings on the basis of poor academic performance or misconduct

  • Community Engaged Learning Policy

    This Policy establishes principles for the provision of contextualised learning experiences for students across a range of communities.

  • Community Service Leave Procedures

    This procedure sets down the community service leave provisions that apply where employment is governed by the University's enterprise agreement.

  • Compassionate Leave Procedures

    These procedures set down the compassionate leave provisions that apply where employment is governed by the University's enterprise agreement.

  • Complaint Policy - Staff

    This Policy establishes the principles to be followed for resolving staff complaints.

  • Complaint Procedure - Staff

    This Procedure establishes the process to be followed for resolving staff grievances and gives effect to the uniform implementation of the Staff Complaint Policy.

  • Complaints Policy - Students and Members of the Public

    Complaints procedure for students and members of the public.

  • Compliance Policy

    This policy establishes the fundamental principles of conduct and commitment for the University and its Controlled Entities with respect to achieving compliance.

  • Computer Lab Software Installation Policy   (Expired)

    This Policy establishes principles for the installation of software onto servers or workstations in student computing labs.

  • Computer Workstation Policy   (Expired)

    This Policy establishes principles to regulate computer purchasing and manage IT investment.

  • Computing Conditions of Use Policy   (Expired)

    This Policy establishes responsibilities and ethics related to the acceptable use of computing and telecommunication facilities.

  • Contract Procedures

    This document outlines the contract preparation, signing and record keeping process.

  • Contractor Safety Induction Policy

    This policy defines the principles under which contractors may enter University campuses.

  • Contractor Safety Procedures

    This Procedure defines the processes by which contractors may enter University campuses.

  • Copyright Policy

    This Policy establishes principles to ensure compliance with the Copyright Act 1968.

  • Corporate Credit Card Policy

    This Policy establishes principles relating to use of the University Corporate Credit Card.

  • Corporate Credit Card Procedures

    This Procedure establishes processes relating to use of the University Corporate Credit Card.

  • Corporate Identity Policy

    The purpose of this Policy is to ensure the University projects and promotes a single, consistent identity for Southern Cross University and that the content of all promotional materials and publications is accurate and current.

  • Council - Composition of Council Membership Rule

    This Rule establishes the composition of Council pursuant to section 9(B)(4) of the Act.

  • Council - Elections Rule

    This document governs elections for Council.

  • Council - Statement of Primary Responsibilities

    Statement of the University Council's Primary Responsibilities.

  • Course and Unit Accreditation Policy

    This Policy addresses matters related to the quality and integrity of the planning and approval process for academic courses offered by the University.

  • Course and Unit Nomenclature Policy

    This Guideline facilitate consistency in course titling within levels of courses.

  • Course Progress and Completion Within Expected Duration of Study Policy

    This Policy establishes processes for monitoring and managing international students’ enrolment load and progress towards completion.

  • Course Progress and Completion Within Expected Duration of Study Procedures

    This document outlines the University’s procedures for monitoring course progress of onshore international students and implementing intervention strategies for students identified as being at risk of not making satisfactory course progress.

  • Course Structures and Levels of Learning Policy

    Establishes the principles for Policies and Guidelines for the structure of SCU’s undergraduate and postgraduate coursework awards.

  • Critical Incident International Students Policy

    This plan provides principles and processes for managing critical incidents involving international students.