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Residential Colleges Affiliation Rules 2013

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These rules require an affiliated residential college to formulate draft rules in relation to the standard of behaviour for its members, non-resident members and visitors, and to provide certain reports on discipline and conduct to the University.
Administered by: Education, Skills and Employment
General Comments: For transitional provisions relating to the repeal of this instrument, see sections 7(2) and 17 of the Australian National University (Residential Colleges Affiliation) Statute 2021.
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 09
Registered 09 Oct 2013
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR12-Nov-2013
Tabled Senate12-Nov-2013
Date of repeal 01 Jan 2022
Repealed by Australian National University (Residential Colleges Affiliation) Statute 2021



Residential Colleges Affiliation Statute 2013




The Council of The Australian National University makes these Rules under section 13 of the Residential Colleges Affiliation Statute 2013.


Dated: 4 October 2013.






Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC FASSA


1       Name of Rules and commencement

1(1)      These Rules are the Residential Colleges Affiliation Rules 2013.

(2)        These Rules commence on the day after they are registered.

2       Discipline and conduct

2(1)      Each College is to formulate draft rules in relation to discipline and conduct for the College to the satisfaction of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor.

(2)        The draft rules must not be inconsistent with the Discipline Statute, the Discipline Rules or other laws of the University.

(3)        The draft rules must provide that an allegation of misconduct that, if proven, might result in a student being suspended or otherwise removed from the College is to be reported in confidence to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor together with a statement of the action proposed to be taken in relation to the allegation.  Once the allegation is resolved, the College will report the outcome to the Deputy Vice Chancellor.

(4)        The draft rules must provide that the College must provide reports to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor regarding standards of student behaviour as may be required by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor from time to time.

3       Vice-Chancellor may incorporate draft rules

3(1)      If the Deputy Vice-Chancellor agrees with the draft rules formulated by a College, the Vice-Chancellor may incorporate the draft rules into these Rules as a Schedule to these Rules.