Student Review and Appeals Policy
This policy and the Student Review and Appeals Procedures provide the mechanism for a student to request a review of and/or appeal a decision of the University which has not been made in accordance with the expectations set down in the Student Charter or the University's policies and procedures.
Student review and appeals procedures
These procedures support the Student Review and Appeals Policy.
Related student policies
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.
This policy specifies the University's assessment philosophy and the general principles that guide the University's assessment practices in all courses regardless of campus, location, mode of offer and learning mode.
Academic Standing, Progression & Exclusion Policy
This policy specifies the academic standing statuses of Green, Blue, Amber or Red for undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students.
Student Administration Policy
This policy specifies the way in which the University administers students' enrolments in all the programs of the University that include coursework.
Student Academic Misconduct Policy
This policy sets out the principles and procedures for dealing with academic misconduct in relation to students enrolled in non-award, undergraduate and coursework postgraduate programs.
Academic Misconduct Policy – HDR candidates
This policy outlines the core values of academic integrity (honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility) and identifies conduct that is contrary to these standards, and defines that conduct as "academic misconduct".
Promoting Academic Integrity Among Students
This document provides a University-wide framework for promoting the core values of student academic integrity (honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility) among students.