Privacy and the University
The University treats personal information in accordance with the NSW privacy legislation. Information about students or staff cannot be disclosed except in accordance with the Acts. In general this means the University must have consent from the individual concerned before information can be released, or that the release of the information is required in accordance with a law or legal instrument such as a warrant or subpoena.
It is possible to apply for access to, or to amend, personal information about you held by the University under the privacy legislation. Click on the Forms menu to the left.
Information Sessions for Privacy Awareness Week 2016
Two lunchtime information sessions for staff on how to handle personal information will be offered during May. These sessions are informal and will include an overview of privacy rights and obligations, tips for handling personal information, and allow time for questions and answers.
- Thursday 5 May 2016 1-2pm Fisher Library Seminar Room 218
- Wednesday 11 May 2016 1-2pm Fisher Library, Exhibition Space on Level 2
Enquiries: Tim Robinson X14263 or Debbie Gibson X17262