- The use of computer systems and ICT provided by the University is governed by the Computer Systems Regulations.
- The University of Waikato is committed to implementing sustainable practices on its campus. The University's Environmental Sustainability Policy sets out the framework for the University's approach to environmental sustainability.
- Smoking, including vaping and the use of e-cigarettes, on University property or in any University vehicle is prohibited under the University's Smoke Free Policy.
- The use of alcohol on campus is governed by the University's Alcohol on University Premises Policy.
- Under delegation of the Vice-Chancellor, the Director of Property Services or the Campus Security and Emergency Manager may give directions from time to time, at their discretion, to control excessive noise on University premises.
- The safety and supervision of children on University premises are governed by the University's Children on Campus Policy.
- The University of Waikato is committed to providing a work and study environment that is free from any form of bullying and harassment, including sexual harassment. Concerns or complaints about bullying or harassment by staff of students may be addressed under the University’s Student Complaints Procedures. Concerns or complaints about bullying or harassment by students of staff may be addressed under the University’s Student Discipline Regulations 2014. Concerns or complaints about bullying or harassment of staff by staff may be addressed under the University's Bullying and Harassment Policy.
- Advertising and commercial activities generally, including hawking and canvassing, affixing of notices to vertical and horizontal surfaces, and the affixing of notices onto motor vehicles, are permitted on University premises only with the specific permission of the Director of Property Services, the Campus Security and Emergency Manager or the Landscape Manager.
- Any advertising which is by way of posters or notices is subject to the requirements of section 10 of these regulations.
- Student notices, generally no larger than A3, may be posted on general University noticeboards. Notices that are posted on noticeboards in such a manner that they take up excessive space will be removed.
- Notices posted on specially labelled noticeboards or other places (such as walls, doors or ceilings, poles and motor vehicles), without the permission of the Director of Property Services, will be removed.
- No animal may be taken into University buildings without the permission of the Director of Property Services.
- Animals are permitted on the University grounds only if they are under the direct control of their owner and, in the case of dogs, on a short hand-held leash.
- Golf is not permitted on University grounds, except under section 15 of these regulations.
- An exception to section 14 of these regulations is made in the case of groups organised through the Te Huataki Waiora School of Health, which will make safety arrangements to the satisfaction of the Landscape Manager, the Health, Safety and Wellness Manager, and/or the Campus Security and Emergency Manager.
- The use of drones on the Hillcrest, Hamilton campus is governed by the University’s Drone Policy, which is available at Drone Policy.
- The authority to issue trespass notices is delegated by the Vice-Chancellor to the Director of Property Services, and the Campus Security and Emergency Manager. No one else may issue a trespass notice on behalf of the University without the authority of the Vice-Chancellor.
Computer Systems Regulations
Smoke Free Environment
Use of Alcohol
Children on Campus
Bullying and Harassment
Advertising and Commercial Activities