Legislation

The University’s Legislation is the system of provisions of distinct hierarchy and specialty created by the Academic Council in accordance with the Organic Law. It is necessary to also consider as a part of this system the norms that emerge from other sources, for example, the Rector’s agreements which establish guidelines about specific matters, within what the instruments emanated by the Academic Council establish.

Within the Office’s activity and functions, academic normativity is relevant, because of its specialized competence to attend students and academic personnel relating such normativity; the administrative normativity is also relevant because of academic procedures that different instances or offices that attend high-school, undergraduate and postgraduate students carry out.