The information on this page is a guide only and is not exhaustive.
Information accurate as of August 2018.
Student Advocacy and Support CANNOT advocate or support a student that has been accused by the University of an indictable offence.
- Alleged perpetrators should seek independent legal advice prior to any interactions with the University.
- Sexual Offence cases can be heard by a court many years after a University General Misconduct investigation and outcome.
- General Misconduct Panel Records may be used, by the Office of Public Prosecutions, as evidence in future legal proceedings.
Student Advocacy and Support CAN provide independent advice/support in relation to all other General & Academic Misconduct cases.
Contact our office as soon as possible for advice.