ACMI Rules

ACMI expects all students to adhere to New Zealand laws at all times. Failure to do so can result in immediate dismissal from ACMI, loss of tuition fees and notification to New Zealand authorities such as the New Zealand Police, Immigration NZ or other authorities.

Students must meet their obligations specified under the Code of Conduct.

Mature conduct and behaviour is expected at all times. ACMI reserves the right to suspend or dismiss any student who is disruptive or disorderly.

Smoking is not permitted on the ACMI campus.

No illegal drugs are permitted on campus, buildings or vehicles at any time. New Zealand laws have harsh penalties for those dealing or using illegal drugs.

No alcohol is permitted on the campus, buildings or vehicles at any time without written permission of the director.

Harassment and discrimination on any grounds will not be tolerated at ACMI and it will lead to disciplinary action

Any damages caused to ACMI property and properties belonging to other students or staff is not permitted and will lead to disciplinary action

Students are responsible for their own stationery and prescribed texts for the course/module.

Students are required to attend all classes and to be punctual. Refer to section on Attendance and Leave.

Food or drinks are not permitted in classrooms at any time.

Cell phones must be turned off during class.

No electronic dictionaries or aids are permitted unless allowed by the lecturer.

A number of computers are available for student use and students are provided with passwords. Do not share your password with others.

Downloading objectionable material from the internet including pornography, information relating to the making of drugs or explosives, copyrighted material (e.g. music or movies) or other material offensive to staff or other students is not permitted.

Accessing gambling websites is not permitted.

It is not permitted to download software or store personal files on the ACMI system.

Personal property: Please respect others’ personal property. If you find someone else’s property please take it to reception. You are reminded that ACMI takes no responsibility for students’ personal property so you should ensure you keep your own belongings safe.

ACMI requires students to attest that work submitted for assessment is their own.