Rights and Responsibilities

Student Rights

As a student of Southern Cross Education Institute Higher Education, it is expected that you will:

Be treated with respect and fairness

 

Be assured of privacy and confidentiality of all personal and academic information

 

Have any complaints, grievances and appeals dealth with fairly,
confidentially and in accordance with policies and procedures

 

Be provided with a safe learning environment free of discrimination, harassment and bullying

 

Be provided access to learning resources, materials and facilities to encourage engagement and enhance learning

Be provided with feedback on all academic work submitted

 

Be provided with accurate and timely information about courses of study

 

Be provided with information about student support services

 

Have opportunities to represent the student body on committees and
provide feedback on the learning experience

 

Have access to guidance and support from staff on any administrative
or academic matters

 

Have access to channels for complaints and grievances resolution.

Student Responsibilities

As a student of Southern Cross Education Institute Higher Education, it is expected that you will:

Engage in learning, fulfill attendance and assessment requirements
and meet or exceed course progress expectations

 

Have read, understood and abide by the rules, policies and procedures of SCEI-HE

 

Treat everyone with respect, dignity and courtesy

 

Not engage in any unlawful behavior

 

Not misuse or damage Institute property or the property of other students and staff

Not endanger the health and safety of self and/or others. Respect the

rights of others to study and work in an environment free of

discrimination, harassment and bullying

 

Display professional conduct during any industry placement, field trips

or excursions

 

Allow others to have a voice during discussion and respect their

opinions and beliefs

 

Abide by the rules governing plagiarism, cheating and collusion

use copyright material appropriately

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