The moral conduct of the university is based on the performance of our obligations to others in a fair and fair manner, in addition to respecting the rights and dignity of all individuals. The University and its faculties, including faculty members, staff and students, are responsible for building a prestigious position for the university as an ethical institution and all ethical behaviors related to it. All university staff as well as representatives, consultants, contractors, volunteers and other stakeholders are expected to maintain the highest ethical standards for this institution and the community as a whole. The University is committed to the principles of honesty, fairness and fairness and strives to integrate these values into its educational and research activities.
People and society
We recognize that the basic relations on which the university is built are between students and faculty members. Therefore, these relations are sacred and deserving of special care and should be protected from exploitation and personal gain. Moral behavior is an individual responsibility as a collective responsibility, in which the university embodies a society committed to equal opportunities, we do not accept unlawful discrimination or harassment on the basis of personal characteristics and beliefs, and dealing with others on the basis of courtesy, dignity and mutual respect. We also refrain from abuse of power at different levels of management. While we appreciate academic freedom and freedom of opinion and expression, the University promotes an environment of tolerance and must exercise these rights on the basis of mutual respect.
Honesty and Integrity
The University is committed to conducting free personal disputes during service delivery, and it is the University's most important duty to identify and disclose any conflict of interest as soon as it is obtained, whether by faculty, staff, students or the institution as a whole. We take the appropriate steps to either end these problems Or to ensure the safety of the University and the participating parties. We do not accept any favoritism, imposition, service or other conduct in return for the performance of our duties that may be perceived as a violation of the University's policies and laws. We do not accept or condone dishonesty by any party and in any way including scientific fraud, theft, fraud, lying, deliberate misrepresentation, and misuse of university property and property. We expect to report such cases. The University is committed to conducting its academic activities in an impartial, objective and fair manner in accordance with the laws and regulations. With regard to scientific research, it is based on strict criteria, most notably intellectual credibility and the avoidance of academic misconduct, including the violation of the rights and ideas of others, and on the basis of the policies of the College to ensure transparency and good practice and compliance with public laws.
Protection and care
We are responsible for managing and protecting university property, financial assets and other resources and providing appropriate care for these elements. Taking into account the different sources of income of the university, and we are keen on the good use of these resources in a manner commensurate with the interest of the university and comply with all legal requirements. We do not waste or dispose of resources that belong to others and are subject to our care, and we do not use them for personal or other benefit unless we have received appropriate consent. We protect the name and logo of the university and use them to serve the vision and mission of the university and protect them from misuse. We maintain and respect the confidentiality of University records, including student records, and not disclose any confidential information or records through access to and use of the Office for personal benefit without obtaining official permission to do so.
Duties and Responsibilities
Although ethical behavior is a natural product of the university culture, the individual has the duties, responsibilities and obligations of conscious work towards the university and toward others. In particular, it is our duty to abide by public laws and our internal policies, as it is our duty to ask questions about whether these obligations are unclear, and to report on potential problems or non-compliance with the laws. Administrators and other individuals throughout the university are responsible for guidance in compliance with laws, regulations and policies, taking into account that the university provides its cadres with all guidance resources. We draw the attention of administrators, supervisors and other auditors and responsible parties to any violation of these principles as it is our duty to inform them of any circumstances that may indicate that an infringement has occurred or may occur. This reporting is done in good faith to promote moral integrity and encouragement from the University and the College.
Based on these directions, we can define the Charter of the rights and duties of students as follows:
The first axis: the rights of students
Rights in the academic field
- • To provide the learning environment and the appropriate scientific climate for him to obtain quality education in line with the University's mission.
- • Facilitate access to full rights within the university by the administrative or academic authorities in accordance with the regulations and regulations of the university.
- • To maintain the confidentiality of information and complete privacy in all matters relating thereto and not to access or use information.
- • notify him before taking any decision against him and draw his attention when any irregularities and notify him in writing of the decisions taken against him and give him the right to criticism in any decision contrary to his academic interest in accordance with the regulations and regulations of the University.
- • Freedom of expression and discussion in the educational and educational matters that concern him, provided that this is within the limits of proper behavior and in accordance with the University's regulations and regulations.
- • Grievance with the concerned authority in the event that the said rights are not obtained.
- • Preserving the student's right to abide by the faculty members' commitment to the dates, times of lectures, office hours and rest periods between the lectures, and not to cancel them or change their time except in the case of necessity and after the announcement thereof, provided that alternative lectures are given on those that have been canceled or absent. With the student's time or ability to absorb.
- • Identify sources of access to university regulations and regulations and the Charter of the rights and duties of the student and make available on the website of the university, the Deanship of Admission and Registration and the Deanship of Student Affairs and others.
- • Obtaining a hard copy or electronic CD of the Charter of Rights and Duties of the university student and placing them on the university's website.
- • Admission to the faculty or scientific department according to his wishes according to the admission and registration rules and conditions approved by the university and according to the university's potential.
- • Obtaining a university card that proves his identity inside and outside the university.
- • Notification and briefing of the existence of an orientation day to introduce the university faculties and departments and find out what suits them to join them after the availability of the conditions of admission to the student.
- • Provide guidance and guidance to him by distributing publications on the university regulations and regulations, manuals and instructions about the college, the scientific department to which he belongs, and the study plans and other student services.
- • To view the study schedules before the start of the study to complete the procedures of registration of courses offered by the system in accordance with the rules and conditions of the Deanship of Admission and Registration University.
Rights in the non-academic field
- • To enjoy the social welfare services provided by the University in accordance with the regulations and regulations.
- • Provide adequate health care, as required by the University regulations, to provide treatment at UNU health centers.
- • Participate in activities at the university according to the available resources.
- • Benefit from the services and facilities of the university such as: Central Library, Counseling Center for psychological and social assistance, sports stadiums, student activities, educational activities, restaurants, car parks and others in accordance with the regulations and regulations at the university and according to the available means.
- • Obtaining the additional incentives and material rewards prescribed in the case of being an outstanding student.
- • Obtaining grants and financial grants after studying his physical condition and proving his need for it in accordance with the university regulations and regulations.
- • Provide him with the opportunity to attend training courses, programs, trips, activities and voluntary work in a manner that does not contradict his academic duties.
- • Obtain the appropriate and appropriate service for his needs and to inform him in case he has special needs, depending on the available resources.
- • Provide a specific body for the university to take care of its rights and follow up.
- • Provide him with complete regulations, including disciplinary regulations and sanctions regulations.
The second axis: the duties of the students
Duties in the academic field
- • Acquaintance with and compliance with the University's regulations and regulations.
- • Adherence to the standards of academic excellence.
- • Attend the day of guidance to introduce the faculties of the university and its scientific sections.
- • Regularity in study and compliance with the duties and tasks required since the start of the study and not to be absent except with acceptable excuse, in accordance with the provisions contained in the regulations and regulations at the university.
- • Dealing with his / her fellow students, faculty members and all university employees and respecting their privacy.
- • Adherence to the university regulations and regulations related to the performance of tests in terms of non-fraud or attempt or help colleagues to cheat him or others.
- • Adherence to the ethics of scientific research and the scientific and professional secretariat for the research in which it is participating.
- • Adhering to the instructions and instructions given by the official or the observer in the testing room or labs and being calm while performing tests.
- • Not to conduct any behavior that is contrary to religion and morality and affects the academic and professional status and social responsibilities of the student.
- • To comply with the punishment imposed in case of violation of the university regulations and regulations.
- • Evaluation of the faculty member according to the models prepared for this, taking into account the Secretariat when filling these forms.
Duties in the non-academic field
- • Preserving the facilities and property of the university to the benefit of him and his colleagues and not to damage the property of the university to damage or tampering with or disable it from work or participation in it, whether it was linked to buildings or equipment and laboratories.
- • Commitment to enter the university facilities during the working hours calm and quiet and abstain from smoking and not to raise concern and inconvenience or illegal gathering or assembly in the project areas other than designated.
- • Adhering to prudent and appropriate behavior and norms of social and university norms, and not to conduct any behavior that is contrary to the morals or morals of the university.
- • Commitment to carry the university card while in the university and provide it to staff or faculty members upon request and upon termination of any treatment of the student within the university.
- • The obligation to preserve the university card and not to allow others to impersonate or impersonate others.
- • Initiating ideas and discussing them with others and conducting appropriate scientific research in case of commissioning.
- • Compliance with the regulations and regulations of different sectors of the university such as security and safety, library, medical administration and all the university facilities.
- • Commitment to give the university accurate and accurate information and data about itself and to report when there is any change in data.
- • Not to offend the reputation of the university for any improper conduct issued on or off campus, or on social networking sites, and the university has the right to take appropriate action against him at the time of any violation.