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  • Academic Dress PolicyThis policy and procedure provides for the prescription and use of academic dress and establishes core principles governing the use of academic dress.
  • Academic Progress Review PolicyThis policy and procedure deals with the conditions and processes adopted by the University to assess the academic progress of enrolled students.
  • Academic Promotions PolicyThis policy and procedure informs prospective applicants and the Academic Promotions Committee of the policy and principles underlying the promotion process for academic staff members seeking promotion to Academic levels B, C, D and E at La Trobe University.
  • Access to Licenced Electronic Information Resources PolicyThis policy is intended to ensure that licensed electronic information resources for which access through the University network is negotiated by the University Library, are only used in compliance with the licence conditions expressed in the agreements between the University and information providers.
  • Accounting (Financial) PolicyThis policy and procedure establishes decisions, directions and precedents which act as a reference for financial reporting and are the basis from which the University's accounting procedures are determined.
  • Accounting Procedure - Foreign CurrencyThis procedure applies in instances of accounting for transactions and balances in foreign currencies, except for derivative transactions and balances; and in translating the results and financial position of foreign operations that are included in the University's financial statements by consolidation or equity accounting.
  • Accounting Procedure - InventoriesThis procedure is applied in accounting for all inventories, except for work in progress arising under construction contracts, including directly related service contracts; and financial instruments.
  • Accounting Procedure - LeasesThis procedure is applied in the preparation of the consolidated financial statements, and deals with leases and their classification as a finance lease or an operating lease, and the accounting treatment of leases based on their classification in the hands of a lessor and a lessee.
  • Accounting Procedure - Payables and BorrowingsThis procedure applies in the accounting of financial liabilities.
  • Accounting Procedure - Property, Plant and EquipmentThis procedure is applied in accounting for property, plant and equipment.
  • Accounting Procedure - Provisions and Employee BenefitsThis procedure is applied in the accounting for provisions and employee benefits.
  • Accounting Procedure - Revenue RecognitionThis procedure is applied in accounting for the recognition of revenue arising from the following transactions - government grants and assistance; student fees and charges; rendering of services; sale of goods; interest, royalties and dividends; and other revenue.
  • Accounting Procedure - Trade ReceivablesThis procedure should be applied to financial assets that are non-derivative financial assets with fixed or determinable payments that are not quoted in an active market.
  • Admissions PolicyThis Policy outlines the principles and processes governing the eligibility and selection of applicants to the University’s undergraduate and postgraduate coursework courses.
  • Admissions ProcedureThis procedure outlines the processes for admission to La Trobe University in accordance with the principles detailed in the Admissions Policy.
  • Admissions Procedure - CreditThis procedure details the arrangements under which La Trobe University grants credit towards coursework courses from previous studies or activities in accordance with the Higher Education Standards Framework and the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
  • Admissions ScheduleThis is the Admissions Schedule which outlines the general admission requirements.
  • Admissions Standard - CreditThis Standard details the application of credit and applies to students enrolling in courses new to them from 1 January 2020.
  • Alcohol and Drugs (Staff) Policy(Expired)This policy and procedure details La Trobe's commitment to reducing the risk of harm in relation to drug and alcohol abuse and applies to all staff and associates of the University.
  • Alcohol and Drugs (Students) PolicyThis policy and procedure details La Trobe University's commitment to reducing the risk of harm in relation to alcohol and drug use.
  • Appeals PolicyThis Policy provides the basis through which students may appeal a decision taken by an officer or committee of the University.
  • Appointment of Distinguished Professors PolicyThis policy and procedures sets out the process for appointing Distinguished Professors.
  • Assessment PolicyThis policy and procedure articulates the University's approach to assessment of student work as a central component of curriculum design.
  • Assessment Procedure - Adjustments to Assessment (incorporating Special Consideration)The procedure outlines when the University allows adjustments to assessment arrangements, marks, and grades.
  • Assessment Procedure - ExaminationsThis Procedure establishes the authority, roles and responsibilities for the conduct and management of coursework examinations.
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  • Asset Management PolicyThis policy applies to all purchased, bequeathed or donated assets across the University and its controlled entities. This policy sets out to ensure that all the University’s assets are accounted for on the Fixed Assets Register and managed appropriately in accordance with statutes, regulations, government policies and Accounting Standards.
  • Asset Procedure - Contingent Assets and Liabilities AccountingThis procedure relates to the disclosure requirements of contingent assets and liabilities to ensure the University complies with AIFRS by adopting Accounting Standard AASB137 " Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets. Contingent assets and liabilities are not recognised in the University’s financial statements but must be disclosed in the form of a note to the annual financial report.
  • Asset Procedure - Disposal/SaleThese procedures outline the disposal of University assets to ensure the University operates in accordance with statutes, regulations and government policies.
  • Asset Procedure - Asset Definition and Asset ClassThis procedure provides a checklist and framework to determine if an item being purchased meets the definition of a University asset and thus must follow the Asset Purchase or Asset Under Construction procedures.
  • Asset Procedure - Asset Purchase and Asset Under ConstructionThis procedure relates to the purchase and construction of University assets to ensure the University operates in accordance with statutes, regulations and government policies.
  • Asset Procedure - HeritageThis procedure relates to the identification, accounting treatment and special considerations around the acquisition, disposal, refurbishment or reconfiguration of the assets identified as Heritage Assets (ie those listed under the Victorian Government’s Heritage Database).
  • Asset Procedure - Impairment of Assets AccountingAn asset should not be carried in the balance sheet at a value greater than its recoverable amount. All tangible assets must be tested for impairment. This procedure is applied in accounting for the impairment of all assets except inventories, assets arising from construction contracts, deferred tax assets, assets arising from employee benefits, financial assets that are within the scope of the investment and financial assets accounting policy, and non-current assets classified as held for sale.
  • Asset Procedure - Intangible Assets AccountingThis procedure is applied in the preparation of the University’s financial statements. It provides a definition of an intangible asset and measurements for determining an intangible asset’s value.
  • Asset Procedure - Investments and other Financial Assets AccountingThis procedure outlines the classifications and accounting procedures relating to the University’s four investments and financial assets areas: financial assets at fair value through profit or loss; loans and receivables; held-to-maturity investments; and available-for-sale financial assets.
  • Asset Procedure - Noncurrent Assets Held for Sale and Discontinued AccountingThis procedure relates to the accounting procedure for all non-current assets and disposal groups excepting deferred taxes; assets arising from employee benefits; financial assets; non-current assets that are accounted for in accordance with the fair value model; non-current assets that are measured at fair value less estimated point-of-sale costs; and contractual rights under insurance contracts. A discontinued operation has either been disposed of or is classified as being held for sale, that represents a separate arm of business or geographical area of operations of the University, be part of a plan to dispose of the operation, or be a controlled entity acquired with the exclusive aim of resale.
  • Attendance Policy La Trobe University Sydney Campus(Expired)This policy ensures that students in Foundation Studies Programs holding a student visa enrolled at La Trobe University Sydney Campus are managed responsibly and in accordance with the requirements of the ESOS Act.
  • Authorising Email Broadcasts to Students ProcedureThis procedure outlines the authorised process for broadcast email to la Trobe students or cohorts of students.
  • Autonomous Sanctions PolicyThis policy and procedure sets out the University's approach and commitment to maintaining compliance with the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) sanctions regimes and Autonomous Sanctions regime.