As a student at the University, you are expected to behave in an appropriate and respectful way. If you engage in behaviour that isn’t acceptable, this may be considered misconduct.
Behaviour that is considered misconduct is outlined in the University of Sydney (Student Discipline) Rule (pdf, 162KB). This includes if you:
If your actions relate to academic matters such as plagiarism or cheating, this may be considered academic dishonesty. Situations like these are managed through our academic dishonesty procedure.
Before you lodge an allegation of misconduct or respond to an allegation of misconduct against you, you can get advice and support from one of the independent student advocacy services.
You can also contact the Student Affairs Unit on +61 2 8627 5559 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org