Student Rules & Regulations!
All students are required to observe, in addition to the laws of the State the Regulations of the Institute as amended from time to time by DIT's Governing Body. Below are links to the most important regulations all our students must abide by. It is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with the content, and our disciplinary procedures.
DIT Student and Registration Regulations
Student Rules & Regulations Policy - Read these
DIT Student Regulations Governing the use of Computer Resources
General Assessment Regulations
To read DIT Assessment regulations or the find out more information on Personal Circumstance/ recheck of Examination results/ Appeals click here
DIT Disciplinary procedures
Identity and Access Management
Identity and Access Management enables DIT to verify that individuals are who they say they are, whether or not they are affiliated with DIT and what entitlements that affiliation allows to the Institute's Information Technology resources.
A student who is classified as an “external repeat” is not entitled access to any resources, other than DIT Portal, incorporating eMail service. The complete Identity and Access Management is available [IDaM] Identity Management Policies - Version 1.0.
DIT Student Charter
The mission of the Institute emphasises partnerships between staff and students and working together to improve the quality of service and the response to diversity of needs. The charter outlines these partnerships in more detail.
DIT Student Charter - Read these
Social Welfare Fraud Controls
Students should be aware that DIT works with the Department of Social Protection to guard against social welfare fraud. It is an offence to claim social welfare payments you are not entitled to while attending a fulltime programme of study at DIT. Further information is available at Fraud Control - Department of Social Protection
DIT Student Alcohol Policy
This policy adheres to the guidelines contained in the National Alcohol Policy (1996) and was formulated and adopted by the Student Services Council in 2002.
DIT Student Dignity and Respect Policy
All students have a right to be treated with dignity and respect, and the Institute strives to nurture and promote a culture of tolerance which respects diversity.