UNIMAK‘s reason for being established was to provide a conducive environment for learning and research. This can only be achieved if its members can work peacefully in conditions which permit freedom of thought and expression within a framework of respect for the rights of others.
In safeguarding the above, there are student regulations which address general student welfare, conduct and disciplinary proceedings and penalties aimed at protecting the University from actions which would damage its academic reputation. Acceptance of admission to any of the courses and programmes offered is conditional upon agreement by the would-be student to abide by these regulations as contained in the student handbook.
The operation and application of these regulations are without prejudice of the Constitution and the General Laws of the Republic of Sierra Leone. In addition, UNIMAK reserves the right to alter any of these regulations, including descriptions of the courses, without prior notice.