Academic sanctions can be in the form of academic warnings and/or termination of studies. The study termination sanction is proposed by the study program/faculty and decided by the Rector.
Academic warning is in the form of a letter from the Vice Dean addressed to parents/ guardians or funding institutions to inform student’s lack of academic achievement or violations of other provisions. Academic warning is carried out to warn the student in order to not to experience the termination of study.
Academic warning is imposed on students who at the end of the second semester and the semesters thereafter have a GPA below 2.00 and / or the amount of credit savings is less than 50% of the total Credits that should be taken.
Academic Warning Due to Administrative Negligence
Academic warning is imposed on students of the Master of Pharmacy Study Program who neglect administrative obligations (not registering / re-registration, etc.) for one semester.
With the stipulation of termination of study, it means that students are expelled from Universitas Padjadjaran because their performance does not comply with applicable regulations, administrative negligence, and/or negligence in participating in learning activities. Reports on student conditions who must be given an academic warning as a result of negligence, attached with the proof of academic achievement and/or evidence of negligence.
- A warning letter to the student concerned from the Faculty Leader (Dean/Vice Dean)
- A letter requesting consideration of students who have violated the law from the Faculty Leader (Dean /Vice Dean) to the Faculty Senate.
- The decree violate /does not violate the law on behalf of the student concerned from the Faculty Senate
- A letter of application for termination of study on behalf of the student concerned from the Faculty Leader (Dean / Vice Dean) to the University Leaders (Rector / Vice Rector I)
- Letter of approval / rejection of the study termination of the student concerned from the University Leadership (Rector / Vice Rector I)
- Academic transcripts that have been taken by the student while studying at Universitas Padjadjaran, signed by the Head of the Faculty (Dean/Vice Dean)
Study termination is imposed on students who experience one of the conditions that exceeds the set cumulative study time limit.
Termination of Study Due to Administrative Negligence
Termination of study is imposed on students of the Pharmacy Masters Study Program who stop their studies for two consecutive semesters or at different times without the permission of the Rector.
Termination of Study due to Failure to Participate in Teaching and Learning Activities
Termination of study is imposed on the Master of Pharmacy Study Program that has registered or re-registered administratively, but:
- at the end of semester II (two) obtains a GPA below 3.00;
- at the end of semester I (one) and semester II (two) obtain a letter of quality below C;
- at the end of semester III (three) has not conducted a Seminar of Research Proposal or has not passed a Seminar of Research Proposal for the second time;
- at the end of semester VIII (eight) cannot complete the study;
- at the end of semester VIII (eight) does not or does not have scientific articles according to the graduation requirements;
- for 2 (two) consecutive semesters or at different times do not register;
- doing things that defame the good name of the alma mater (Unpad), commit plagiarism, and / or violate scientific ethics.
Other Academic Sanctions
- Academic sanctions are imposed on students who commit disrespectful actions in the teaching-learning process, both academic and non-academic, or violate the law, and / or commit immoral acts.
- The determination of academic sanctions for certain cases (data plagiarism, discussion plagiarism, not mentioning sources, norms and ethics) is determined based on a recommendation from the Faculty / Graduate School Team.
- The handling of plagiarism cases refers to the applicable regulations in Unpad and the prevailing laws and regulations.
- The types of academic sanctions are determined based on the prevailing laws and regulations by the Advisory Commission, which consists of:
- a. University representatives (Rector / Vice Rector for Academic and Student Affairs / Director of Education and Student Affairs); and
- Representatives of Masters Education administering institutions (Dean of the Faculty / Postgraduate School, Deputy Dean, Chairperson / Secretary of the Masters Study Program, and Chief Advisor).
- The results of the Advisory Commission agreement are then followed up by signing the Minutes as the basis for determining the decision.
Not completing SPC and not participating in Teaching and Learning Activities in Semester I and / or Semester II
Students who have registered administratively in semester I and / or semester II, either filling in SPC but not participating in teaching-learning activities or not completing SPC at all, without justifiable reasons, are considered resigned and subject to study termination sanctions.
Students who have registered or re-registered administratively, but do not complete SPC (do not participate in teaching and learning activities) without justifiable reasons, are subject to the following sanctions:
- Given a stern written warning by WD I not to repeat;
- The semester left is calculated within the maximum time limit for completion of the study;
- If this action is repeated, either in the following semester or in another semester, students will be subject to study termination sanctions.
Resign After the Change of SPC
Students who withdraw from one or more courses after the SPC change deadline without a justifiable reason (for example, illness, accident, or accident) are subject to the following academic sanctions:
- The courses that are abandoned are declared not passing (given the letter quality E);
- The letter E quality is used in calculating the Grade Point Average (GPA);
- Got a warning letter from Vice Dean to not repeat.
- The abandoned semester is calculated within the maximum time limit for completion of the study;
- If this action is repeated, either in the following semester or in another semester, students will be subject to termination of their studies
Sanctions for Non Academic Violations
If a student commits a violation, after discussing it with the Faculty Senate, he will be subject to special sanctions, while the handling of criminal matters will be left to the authorities. The types of violations are like:
- Violation of Law
Students who violate the law are subject to special sanctions in the form of academic suspension during the legal process, after being discussed with the Faculty Senate, while criminal matters are handed over to the authorities. Students who violate the law and have been legally found guilty by a court that has permanent legal force, will be subject to sanctions in the form of termination of study by the Rector. in accordance with applicable regulations.
- Violation of Moral Ethics and Professional Ethics
Students who violate moral, professional ethics (examining patients / clients without supervision, making prescriptions, conducting consultations without supervision, etc.), falsifying signatures and the like, will be subject to sanctions in the form of suspension by the Dean until termination of studies by the Rector.
- Violation of Academic Ethics
Students who violate academic ethics, including cheating, plagiarizing (papers, reports, Final Project Reports, Thesis, etc.), plagiarism, leaking questions or similar, will be subject to sanctions in the form of academic suspension by the Dean until termination of studies by the Rector.
All activities that disturb public order and immoral acts in the campus environment are subject to sanctions in the form of warnings up to termination of studies.
Basically, every student has the right to carry out various activities as part of the academic community, however, as in human life in general, it must be avoided from committing actions that can be categorized as crimes. These actions include:
- Brawls between students, whether carried out inside or outside the campus environment that cause damage to other people’s property and / or injured victims. The perpetrator of an act that causes damage or a victim of injury may be subject to the provisions of Article 406 of the Criminal Code concerning the destruction of property and Article 351 of the Criminal Code concerning persecution. The provisions in Article 406 and Article 351 of the Criminal Code can also be imposed on demonstrations that are disorderly and cause riots resulting in damage to other people’s property and / or injured victims.
- Drinking alcohol, both inside and outside the campus environment that disturbs public security. The provision that can be imposed is Article 492 regarding public security breaches.
- Using narcotics, either for yourself or giving narcotics to others both inside and outside the campus environment. The provisions that can be imposed are Article 84 and Article 85 of Law no. 22 of 1997 on Narcotics.
In certain cases, the faculty may issue its own decisions that do not conflict with the legal or regulatory provisions above.