Welcome to Deakin's Policy Library
Here you will find the University's approved policies and procedures.
Deakin University is committed to a policy framework that best reflects our value of inclusion and provides a safe and supportive environment for all staff and students. This includes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people of diverse genders, sex and sexualities, people with disability, people of all ages and socio-economic status and people from diverse cultural backgrounds and religions.
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- Deakin Hallmarks procedureThis Procedure documents the processes for the approval, assessment, award and review of Deakin Hallmarks.
- Deakin Micro-credentials policyThis Policy sets out principles and responsibilities for the award of Deakin micro-credentials, called Deakin Hallmarks that recognise outstanding achievement of specific Deakin Graduate Learning Outcomes.
- Deakin Professional Practice Credentials procedureThis Procedure documents the processes for approving and revising Deakin Professional Practice Credentials, the process for assessing knowledge or capabilities that merit the award of credentials and the process for awarding credentials.
- DeakinAchieve - Performance and Development Program procedureThis Procedure outlines the processes involved in the performance, planning and review process for all staff of the University.
- Delegations policyThis Policy sets out the delegations authorised by University Council that have application throughout the University.
- Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Victimisation and Vilification (Staff) Complaints procedureThis Procedure provides a framework for staff members and associates to deal with behaviour which may constitute unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment or victimisation. It applies to all staff members and associates of the University (other procedures apply to complaints made by or against students).
- Diversity and Inclusion policyThis Policy articulates the University's commitment to providing an accessible and inclusive learning and work environment and gives effect to the University's legal obligation to provide an environment free from discrimination, sexual harassment, victimisation and vilification.
- Domestic and Family Violence (Staff and Student Support) policyThis Policy outlines the University‚Äôs commitment to providing a learning and working environment that is safe and supportive of staff and students who may be experiencing the effects of domestic or family violence.
- Domestic and Family Violence (Staff Support) procedureThe Procedure outlines the steps that staff experiencing domestic or family violence can take to access a range of support mechanisms (including special leave).
- Domestic and Family Violence (Student Support) procedureThis Procedure outlines the steps students experiencing domestic or family violence can take to access available support mechanisms.