Academies Australasia College values its students and recognises the importance of the student’s learning and overall experience in the college.
The College is committed to providing students a welcoming, supportive and safe environment, conducive to teaching and learning.
Every student has the right:
1) to be treated fairly and ethically, with respect and dignity;
2) to study in a supportive and encouraging environment;
3) to provide feedback on teaching performance, courses, support services and facilities;
4) to ask questions and be able to obtain a response from the College and its staff;
5) to study in an environment committed to the principles of equity and equality of opportunity;
6) to be free from all sexual, physical and racial harassment and other inappropriate behaviours;
7) to be considered for selection into courses on the basis of criteria that are valid, explicit, fair and reliable;
8) to reasonable access to academic staff for assistance and to other support services;
9) to expect the college to provide a high quality of education including a high quality of teaching, supervision ad curriculum.
10) to take assessment that is valid, educative, explicit, reliable and fair;
11) to expect the college to provide a safe and accessible environment;
12) to a student-centric learning environment that maximises learning.
Every student has the responsibility:
1) to recognise the rights of every other student including the rights of teachers, staff and visitors;
2) to obey the laws of the land;
3) to respect and uphold principles of scholarly integrity;
4) to act at all times in a way that respects the rights, equity and diversity of others
5) to respect College property and the property of others;
6) to bring an open and enquiring mind and enthusiasm to their studies;
7) to participate actively in the teaching and learning environment by
- attending classes punctually as required;
- complying with workload expectations, and submitting required work on time;
- avoiding disruptive behaviour during lessons;
- conversing in the language of instruction at all times;
8) to recognise that cheating, plagiarism and fabrication or falsifications of data are not acceptable.