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Part 4 - Implementation and Enforcement of Penalties

Statute 10 Student Conduct and Discipline


10.24 Fines
10.25 Application for campus service order in lieu of fine
10.26 Campus service orders
10.27 Consequences of exclusion or suspension


10.24 Fines

10.24.1 A fine imposed under this Statute must be paid within ten working days of receipt or deemed receipt by the student of notification of its imposition.

10.24.2 Any such fine will be paid into the general funds of the University.

10.24.3 An extension of time for payment may, in his/her absolute discretion, be granted by the decision-maker or by the Deputy-Vice-Chancellor (Administration and Resources).

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10.25 Application for campus service order in lieu of fine

10.25.1 A student ordered by the Designated Officer or a Discipline Committee to pay a fine may, within the time prescribed for its payment under Section 10.24, apply to the relevant Associate Vice-Chancellor or Campus Dean to undertake campus service rather than pay the fine.

10.25.2 The relevant Associate Vice-Chancellor or Campus Dean or nominee will, in his/her absolute discretion, determine the application.

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10.26 Campus service orders

10.26.1 If the relevant Associate Vice-Chancellor or Campus Dean approves the substitution of campus service for a fine, the campus service order must be for a period that approximates the value of the fine.

10.26.2 A campus service order:

  1. will be in writing and will advise the student of the number of hours, nature and conditions of the campus service, and the places and times at which it is to be performed; and
  2. is not complied with until the relevant Associate Vice-Chancellor or Campus Dean considers that the work required has been satisfactorily completed.

10.26.3 A student who has been granted a campus service order in lieu of a fine under Section 10.25 may not appeal the nature or duration of the campus service ordered.

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10.27 Consequences of exclusion or suspension

Where a student has been excluded or his/her enrolment has been suspended under this Statute, the following provisions apply:

  1. where the exclusion or suspension does not exceed two weeks, the student may resume studies after the expiry of the nominated period of exclusion or suspension;
  2. where the exclusion or suspension exceeds two weeks, the student may not resume studies, after the expiry of the nominated period of exclusion or suspension, without first obtaining the approval of the Course Coordinator;
  3. where the period of exclusion or suspension is greater than one standard study period, in order to be considered for re-enrolment, the person must first submit an application for readmission which will be determined by the relevant Executive Dean;
  4. if the student subsequently re-enrols, no credit may be granted for any studies or other learning or practical experience undertaken at this University or elsewhere during the period of exclusion or suspension.

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