Privacy and the University

The University is committed to complying with privacy laws and respecting the privacy rights of individuals. We handle personal and health information in accordance with NSW privacy laws and in accordance with the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 where it applies.

Information about our students, staff or members of the public is not disclosed except in accordance with these laws. In general, this means we must have your consent before we release the information, or that the release of the information is required or authorised by law or under a legal instrument such as subpoena or other order.

You have the right to apply for access to, or to amend, personal information that we hold about you. You have the right to make a complaint if you feel that your privacy has been breached by the University.

This website provides information about privacy, the University’s approach to privacy and the responsibilities of our staff and affiliates in relation to privacy. This website also has information about how you can access and amend your personal information and, complain about privacy breaches.