Your faculty will review your academic performance if you:
- failed 50% or more of the units attempted in a term; or
- failed a course that has been identified as a compulsory program component.
After each term you will be advised if you are not making satisfactory academic progress in your program and will be given advice and information to help improve your academic performance. The first time this happens you will receive formal advice and a prompt for you to take steps to improve your academic performance. For more information please read the advice sheet.
Review of Academic Progress
- failed 50% or more of the units attempted in two consecutive terms; or
- failed, for a second time, a course identified as a compulsory program component;
you will be identified in the University’s formal Review of Progress process.
What happens next?
The University will ask you to explain the factors affecting your studies to allow us to recommend the best course of action for your individual circumstances.
For more information about the Review of Academic Progress process and who you can contact for more information, please read the advice sheet.
To help keep you on track with your studies, seek help from our support services available for you:
- attend a study skills workshop
- attend a peer assisted study session (PASS)
- contact the Dean of Students for advice with academic matters
- contact a Student Advisor for advice
- keep your physical and mental health in check
For more details on academic progress, see the Program Management Procedure Manual - Coursework.