The Charter of CUC
The Charter of Communication University of China
Article 45 Faculty and staff shall perform the following duties:
(1)to abide by the Constitution, laws and regulations;
(2)to comply with the rules and bylaws of the University;
(3)to fulfill the obligations of their positions, comply with professional ethics and work with diligence;
(4)to respect and care about students, be a role model of integrity, and educate students through teaching, administration and service;
(5) to observe and comply with academic norms and ethics;
(6)to cherish, maintain, and protect the University’s reputation and interests; and
(7)to fulfill other obligations as prescribed by the laws, rules and regulations.
Article 46 Teachers shall be the leading force of the education in the University. The University shall provide necessary conditions and guarantees for them to conduct teaching, scientific research, social service and other activities.
Article 47 The University shall adhere to the high morality of teachers, pay attention to moral incentives and assessments. Teachers who fail in the moral assessments shall be applied “one vote veto” in teacher ranks (titles) appointment, post-employment, awards assessments and other links.
Article48 The income growth mechanism of the faculty and staff shall be established with the level of the University’s own development, to perfect the salary system and guarantee the reasonable welfare of the faculty and staff in accordance with the relevant national regulations.
Article 49 The Faculty and Staff Compliant Committee shall be established in the University, and the mechanism for protecting faculty and staff’s rights shall be improved to safeguard their lawful rights and interests.
Article 50 Distinguished professors, chair professors, adjunct professors, honorary professors, visiting professors, visiting scholars, training teachers and other forms of being employed faculty and staff shall enjoy the corresponding rights and fulfill obligations as stated in the relevant bylaws or contracts when they are engaged in teaching, researching and other activities in the University.
Chapter VI Students
Article 51 Students refer to those who have acquired enrollment qualifications, and have been enrolled through legal procedures and have been registered by the University.
As for those who do not have maintained school rolls, their rights and obligations shall be determined in accordance with the relevant admission requirements, training agreements and so on.
The University shall recruit, train and manage adult students of higher education, foreign students, and students from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and overseas students in accordance with relevant national regulations.
Article 52 The University shall adjust the admission proportion of different undergraduate majors and various types of graduate, and delimit professional examination scores and cultural examination admission scores of the art undergraduate students independently in accordance with national policies.
The Admission Committee shall be established in the University, follow the principles of openness, fairness and impartiality, and set up standards and procedures of self-selection admission, merit-admission students with innovative potential and academic expertise.
Article 53 The University shall regularly hold opening and graduation ceremonies, occasionally hold school anniversary and award ceremony, and give full play to the education role of ceremonies.
Article 54 Students in school shall enjoy the following rights:
(1) to participate in different activities arranged by the University education and teaching plan, and use education and teaching resources provided by the University
(2) to participate in social service and part-time job, organize or join in student groups as well as cultural, art and sports activities on campus;
(3) to apply for scholarships, stipends and student loans, share guidance and assistance concerning job hunting or business start-up offered by the University;
(4) to receive fair evaluation in terms of ethics and academic performance as well as being awarded with corresponding academic certificates and degree certificates after reaching the academic requirements.;
(5) to appeal to the University for disputes concerning disciplinary punishment and decisions;
(6) to enjoy other rights as prescribed by the laws, rules and regulations.
Article 55 Students shall perform the following duties during school:
(1) to abide by the Constitution, laws and regulations;
(2) to abide by the University’s administrative regulations;
(3) to study diligently and complete study as scheduled;
(4) to pay for tuition fee and related expenses as stipulated and fulfill relevant obligations to obtain loans and grants;
(5) to comply with the Student Codes of Conduct, respect teachers, cultivate good morality and proper conduct;
(6) to fulfill other obligations prescribed by the laws, rules and regulations.
Article 56 The University recognizes or awards individual students or groups for making outstanding achievements or credit for the University, and imposes due disciplinary penalty to the students who violate the rules and regulations of the University.
Article 57 The University sets up a complete financial supporting system for students, help those with financial problems or sudden mishaps and guarantee those students to finish their study.
Article 58 The Student Representative Council and the Graduate Representative Council are important means for students to participate in democratic management and oversight in the University, by which they exercise their powers and perform their duties in accordance with respective Charters.