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Welcome to the University of Canterbury Policy Library, a single point of access for all of the policies and procedures that have been developed and approved at an institutional level. We recommend you use Internet Explorer for optimum experience.

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Information Resources Policy (399KB, Version 2.00, PDF)

This document explains how the University of Canterbury Library manages its information resources.

Intellectual Property Policy (534KB, Version 2.05, PDF)

This document outlines the importance of intellectual property, the ownership rights of the University, its staff and its students and the commercialisation of intellectual property for the benefit of the University and its members.

International Links Policy (132KB, Version 2.00, PDF)

The steps involved in the pursuit of and the response to requests for links with overseas tertiary institutions, are outlined in this document.

Internet Usage Policy (189KB, Version 1.00, PDF)

Interruption of Tests - Guidelines for Developing Departmental Policy (153KB, Version 1.05, PDF)

The Academic Administration Committee formulated this document to assist departments with developing policy to address situations where a major test is disrupted.

IT Policy Framework (142KB, Version 2.00, PDF)


Drones Policy

The Drones Policy is a recent addition to the Policy Library. The University has chosen to limit the use of drones on campus, especially on the Ilam Fields and Ilam and Dovedale campuses. This document provides guidence on where further information on this topic can be obtained.

Any requests to fly drones on campus should be directed in the first instance to the Manager, Campus Services. Further information about drones on campus and the application process is available from UC Security.

The Use of Electronic Signatures on University Documents

The Fraud Response Policy (PDF,313KB) was updated in April 2017 to include guidelines for the use of electronic signatures on University documents. Staff and students should make themselves aware of these changes and refer to the policy in the first instance when using electronic signatures.

Parking and Traffic Statute 2017

The Parking and Traffic Statute 2003 was reviewed at the end of 2016. In addition to content changes, the location of this information has been transferred from the University Regulations website into the UC Policy Library.

The 2003 Statute is still available and is contained as an appendix to the revised 2017 Statute, available on the UC Policy Library.