As the current situation evolves, UTS is committed to providing support and flexibility to our staff and students to help manage the impacts of COVID-19.
While the university’s rules continue to apply, temporary adjustments to specific provisions may be required.
For more information and support in relation to rules applicability please contact the UTS Governance team on email@example.com.
Further information on the UTS response to COVID-19 and frequently asked questions is available on the UTS Coronavirus advice page.
The UTS Rules, made by Council and in accordance with clause 29(2) of the UTS Act, have the same force and standing as a by-law. The Rules detail the mandatory functions, actions, responsibilities and obligations for the UTS community.
UTS Rules apply to all students, staff, contractors and visitors to the university.
The UTS Rules are divided into Student Rules and General Rules.
The Student Rules cover a suite of mandatory requirements for academic teaching, learning and research-related activities. They cover student responsibilities, all processes from admissions through coursework and research requirements, to exams, assessments and graduations. The Rules also include details of processes for student misconduct and appeals.
The General Rules cover requirements for Council membership, the roles and responsibilities of Academic Board and faculty boards, and the university’s election processes.