Student Advocacy and Support Service
- Level 2 MUSE
- 18 Wally's Walk
- Macquarie University NSW 2109
- T: +61 (2) 9850 6410
Academic misconduct is an attempt to gain an unfair advantage in an assessment by breaching the principles of the Academic Integrity Policy.
You can notify Macquarie of incidents involving academic misconduct. You can also make a complaint about a service or experience or provide feedback to help us improve.
Students must acknowledge and follow the University by-laws, rules, policies and other codes of conduct published by the University. These include:
Student Advocacy and Support Service provides independent support and advice regarding your options to make or respond to an allegation of misconduct. To contact Advocacy submit a Student CARE MQ Referral form > select “Advocacy Support” as the reason for referral.
If you are required to respond to an allegation of misconduct, you can get advice and support from student advocacy and support team.
For further information about student misconduct, visit our frequently asked questions page. It includes information about what to expect when you need to attend a misconduct committee, how to prepare and how to get help.
If you require immediate help or medical attention, contact:
Inform us about incidents of academic or general misconduct.
Inform us about concerns impacting your wellbeing.
Inform us of incidents related to harassment or violence.