Collection of your personal information
The University collects your personal information directly from you during the application and enrolment process and throughout your time as a student. It may collect your personal information from other sources, but only with your consent or where required or authorised by law.
Personal information collected by the University includes your name, home address, other details, date of birth, the photograph for your Student Card, program of study, fee payments, financial assistance and scholarships, information about your examinations, assessments and results, and information relating to any disciplinary or conduct matters. It also includes the unique personal identifier (your student number) that the University assigns to you.
Security and retention of your personal information
The University stores your personal information in systems owned and managed by the University, and in other systems under license or by agreement. Service providers of such systems are contractually bound by the University’s privacy and security requirements. Access to your personal information is limited to University employees and contractors who have a legitimate reason to access the information.
The University is required by law to retain records that may contain your personal information for certain periods of time depending on the type of record.