NMIT | Te Pūkenga has a suite of procedures and policies to guide problem resolution.
Academic Integrity policy - detailing the academic expectations of students and what is not acceptable
Ākonga Appeals Procedure - ensuring academic appeals from students are fairly heard and academic standards are maintained.
Ākonga Concerns and Complaints Resolution Procedure - providing procedural steps for responding to formal complaints by students about NMIT services, facilities, programmes, other students, or staff.
Breach of Academic Integrity Procedure - providing the NMIT community with the procedural steps to be taken when academic misconduct is suspected, and/or alleged, and/or proven
Harassment (Prevention and Management) - providing guidance to resolve situations involving harassment
Student Misconduct Procedure - providing explanations of what constitutes student misconduct, the consequences, and procedures for dealing with it.
Unsatisfactory Academic Progress Procedure - providing procedural steps in cases of repeated and continuing non-achievement of academic standards or where a student is considered at risk of being unable to complete their course of study