Unlock your potential as a Griffith Student, know the Student Charter

The Student Charter helps you to be your best by stating what you can expect as a Griffith Student and what the University expects of you.

It is also the key to finding out what you need to know as a Griffith student by giving you direct access to student policies and support systems.

The full Student Charter is available via the Griffith Policy Library. An extract of the Student Charter is provided below.

Expectations - Teaching, Learning, Assessment and Research

Students can expect:

The University expects students to:

Expectations - Equity and Ethical

Students can expect:

  • access to information on the University’s policies and procedures;
  • a transparent admission system that is inclusive and equitable; administered in accordance with published criteria;their personal information to remain confidential and to be released only with their consent and knowledge or when legally required, or when their personal safety or the safety of others is at risk;
  • the University to provide a safe and healthy study environment.

The University expects students to:

Expectations - Feedback, Complaints and Discipline

Students can expect:

  • their complaints to be addressed in a timely and professional manner;
  • the University to seek and welcome their feedback on matters relating to the learning environment and courses and to be advised of the outcomes of such reviews;
  • to access information in plain English and in multiple and accessible formats about how to apply for a review of a decision or submit a complaint along with access to independent peer support;
  • staff to be aware of and uphold their responsibilities under the University’s policies and procedures as they affect them and their interaction with students.

The University expects students to:

  • to be aware of and uphold their responsibilities under the University’s policies and procedures and to abide by the conditions which necessarily follow, and accept sanctions applied for failing to do so.