Disclaimer of liability
While every effort is made by the University to ensure that accurate information is disseminated through this medium, the University of South Australia makes no representation about the content and suitability of this information for any purpose.
It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
The University disclaims all warranties with regard to this information, including all implied warranties or merchantability and fitness. In no event shall the University of South Australia be liable for any special indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of income or profits, whether in an action of contract, negligence or other tortious action, arising in connection with the use or performance of this information.
Further, the University of South Australia has provided Hypertext links to a number of sites as a service to our clients. This should NOT be taken as implying any link between us and those various organisations or individuals.
The user of the links remains responsible for any fees charged by the linked site and is reminded that merely downloading images and/or text would amount to a breach of Australian and international laws unless permission is given by that site.
The University of South Australia reserves the right to alter, amend or delete any program, fee, course, admission requirement, mode of delivery or other arrangement without prior notice.
Disclaimer for blogs
Blogs created by staff and students of UniSA present an unfiltered and authentic depiction of student life and staff activities at UniSA. In an effort to present this authentic depiction, the University does not censor or in any way exercise editorial control over communications of its bloggers.
Consistent with this decision not to exercise editorial control, the statements or communications of the bloggers in blogging sites linked from the UniSA corporate website do not represent a statement of the University's official position or policy.
Copyright at UniSA
All material published on the University of South Australia website is protected by copyright.
Except as permitted by copyright law, no further copying, storage or transmission of material published on the University's webpages may be undertaken without prior written permission of the University of South Australia.
To request permission to use material published on the University's webpages, please Ask the Library.
This page outlines how the University of South Australia collects information through the use of its website. This information does not extend to external websites linked from the University website.
Collection of Information from the Website
One way of collecting information is through cookies, which are small information files that many websites store on your hard disk. For example, when you log onto your University email from a particular computer for the first time, cookies containing your log on information will be saved to your hard disk. The server can then read your cookie file to confirm your identity for that site. Cookies are used by the University to enhance the experience of using the University's website and provide information to users of the website (including targeted information regarding services offered by the University).
A Client Relationship Management system (CRM) uses the cookies to identify the IP address of a device used to access the University's website and matches that IP address to information held by the University. You may choose to disallow Cookies through your web browser settings. This may alter some functionality otherwise available on the University's website.
The University may also collect information that you submit via any email address that you provide whilst visiting its website.
The University makes a record of your visit to its website using Google Analytics Web statistics service. The University logs the following information for statistical purposes - IP address, the date and time of the visit to the site, the pages accessed and documents downloaded, the previous site visited and the type of browser and OS being used. More information about Google Analytics and privacy.
Internal Users of the University Computer Environment
The University has an onus to ensure that unacceptable behaviour does not occur on the computer systems and the policy relating to privacy on the University's IT network formalises this commitment.
For information on how the University holds, uses and discloses personal information collected generally, please view the University’s policy on Privacy.