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  • Capital Asset Management PolicyThis document establishes the University’s approach concerning the classification of assets; asset disposal; asset valuation; outlines which assets are to be capitalised in accordance with general accounting principles; provides the appropriate rate of amortisation of a capitalised asset based on its estimated useful life; and provides a basis for insurance coverage and the external reporting of capitalised assets.
  • Capital Asset Management ProcedureThis document outlines the steps to be followed by staff and students who are responsible for making decisions relating to University-owned assets.
    30/03/21 - Responsible Officer updated to Deputy Group CFO and Current Document Author / Enquries Contact updated to Director, Financial Control and Treasury.
  • Cash Receipting ProcedureThis document establishes the University’s process for the accurate and timely handling of all cash received by the University, so that risk to staff and the University is minimised.
  • Casual Employment PolicyThis document establishes the University’s approach concerning employment of appropriately skilled and qualified casual staff.
  • Casual Employment ProcedureThis document outlines the steps and responsibilities associated with the recruitment, selection and appointment of casual staff.
  • Charter of CouncilThe Charter of Council is a non-legislative set of guidelines adopted by the Council to assist Councillors with implementation of the intentions of the Act
  • Children at Macquarie University PolicyThis document establishes principles relating to children at Macquarie University in order to ensure the University meets legislative obligations for the protection of children involved in any University-related activity; and provides services and alternative arrangements to support, and ensure equality of opportunity for, staff and students with carer responsibilities.
  • Children at Macquarie University ProcedureThis document outlines roles and responsibilities relating to: Working with Children Checks (WWCC); Handling Child Abuse Allegations; and Obtaining Permission to Bring a Child on Campus.
  • Classification and Capture ProcedureThis document identifies responsibilities and actions related to classification and capture of records and information in accordance with the Records and Information Management Policy.
  • Complaint Management Procedure for StaffThis document establishes Macquarie University’s approach to managing staff complaints.
  • Complaint Management Procedure for Students and Members of the PublicThis document establishes the University’s approach to managing the timely and fair resolution of Complaints raised by students and members of the public.
  • Constitution RulesThe Macquarie University Constitution Rules are made by the Council of Macquarie University under sections 8 and 9 of the Macquarie University Act 1989 (NSW) (the Act).
  • Contract Management PolicyThis document establishes the University’s requirements for managing contracts and Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) in order to minimise risks and maximise benefits.
  • Contract Management ProcedureThis document provides guidance on key contract management issues.
  • Controlled Entities PolicyThis document establishes the University’s governance framework for Controlled Entities.
  • Controlled Entities ProcedureThis document provides guidance on the governance of all Controlled Entities (CEs) of Macquarie University during their lifecycle.
  • Core Business Hours PolicyThis document establishes the minimum levels of support to be provided for the safe operation of Macquarie University teaching, research, and support services and facilities.
  • Council Committees ProceduresMacquarie University Procedures for Council Committees. These Procedures for Council Committees should be read in conjunction with the Terms of Reference for each Council Committee.
  • Course Transfer (Undergraduate Coursework) PolicyThis document establishes the principles for students seeking to transfer from one undergraduate course to another.
  • Course Transfer (Undergraduate Coursework) ProcedureThis document establishes the required steps for students seeking to transfer from one undergraduate course to another.
  • Coursework Unit - New Mode of Offering GuidelineThis document provides guidance for the steps that must be followed when a proposal for a new mode of offering is submitted for a coursework unit that is different to the mode that was originally approved by Academic Senate.
  • Coursework Unit - New Mode of Offering PolicyThis document establishes the University’s approval requirements for new unit offerings in order that they conform to minimum expected standards for learning and teaching materials.
  • Coursework Unit - New Mode of Offering ProcedureThis document outlines the steps that must be followed when a proposal for a new mode of offering is submitted for a coursework unit that is different to the mode that was originally approved by Academic Senate.
  • Credit Card Concur Expense System ProcedureThis document establishes the requirements and process steps to be followed when performing credit card transactions in the Concur Expense Management System (CES).
  • Credit Card GuidelineThis document provides further clarification of Credit Card terms.

    Please note: This Guideline is under review, please refer to the Credit Cards page for further information.
  • Credit Card PolicyThis document establishes the University’s requirements and responsibilities for the use of University Corporate Credit Cards.
  • Credit Card ProcedureThis document details the requirements when applying for, processing and using a University Credit Card.

    Please note: This Procedure is under review, please refer to the Credit Cards page for further information.
  • Critical Finance Systems User Governance ProcedureThis document establishes the controls governing user access management for Critical Finance Systems across the University and its Controlled Entities (~the Group’).
  • Curriculum Architecture - 2020 Study Plan Review ProcedureThis document provides a consistent framework for review of a student's Study Plan that has been issued in accordance with the new curriculum in 2020 and the Curriculum Architecture Policy.
  • Curriculum Architecture PolicyThis document governs the design and structure of new academic courses and amendments to existing courses.