21.(1) A Board of Discipline which has heard a charge of misconduct against a student or an appeal by a student may award the student the whole or part of the monetary costs which they have incurred in the hearing or appeal.
(2) If a Board of Discipline makes an award of costs, it will fix the amount payable and this amount will be paid to the student out of University funds.
(3) A student who believes that the award of costs by a Board of Discipline is unfair may appeal to the Vice-Chancellor for a review of this award.
22.(1) A written notice required to be given to a student under these Regulations may be—
(a) given to the student in person;
(b) sent to the email address or fax number nominated by the student;
(c) posted to the last address provided to the University as the student's place of residence.
(2) A notice sent by email or fax—
(a) is taken to be given and received on the day it is sent;
(b) must be sent by post also.
(3) A notice sent by post is taken to be given—
(a) three days after it is posted for addresses within Australia;
(b) seven days after it is posted for addresses outside Australia.
23.(1) Except where the student waives the requirement for notice, a student must be given up to five University working days notice of any interview to be conducted in accordance with these Regulations and the University Policy on: Academic Integrity in order to arrange for another person to accompany the student to the interview.
(2) A staff member may delegate to an appropriate person the investigative, interviewing and/or decision making role in any case of alleged misconduct.
(3) If the University Secretary is satisfied that it would be impractical for a student to attend an interview or hearing required under these Regulations, the University Secretary must determine a fair alternative process to ensure that the student has an opportunity to present a case to the staff member or Board concerned.
24.(1) Details of misconduct findings and penalties are not entered on a student's formal academic record.
(2) For internal information purposes only, a reference to misconduct findings is maintained by way of a case registered in the University's case management system and copies of formal documentation stored on a confidential student file.