Policies provide a statement of principles which indicate how the University will act in a particular area of its operation. They provide high level direction and guidance, establish key principles and responsibilities, set fundamental requirements and limits and allocate responsibilities. Approval would normally be granted by a governance committee such as Council or Senate.
Procedures and guidance which define how a policy will be implemented are generally provided on the responsible department web pages.
The University policies listed below can be searched by clicking on the corresponding letter, or ordered alphabetically by Title or by Area of Responsibility/Theme by clicking on the arrow next to the column header.
The new template for policies should be used when current policies are revised or new policies created.