Student progression

What is student progression?

Student progression is a process which ensures all students are passing required units to progress through to graduation. At the end of each semester student grades are reviewed to determine whether progress in your studies is satisfactory. Progression identifies poor academic performance, while also providing an opportunity for increased support, advice and to address performance.

What does the process involve?

If you don’t meet progression requirements or are identified as ‘at risk’, you will receive a written communication from the Framework Coordinator explaining why you have been identified as being at risk, and what steps you can take to improve your academic performance. The Framework Coordinator will then develop a risk management plan with you and monitor progress against the stated goals.

You can learn more about progression within the Progression and Unsatisfactory Academic Progress Policy.

How do I appeal a progression notice?

You have the right to lodge a written appeal against your progression status prior to the due date. Please ensure that you have read the Progression and Unsatisfactory Academic Progress Policy and clearly outline the grounds for your appeal.

I still need help - who can I contact?

If you have any questions about your grades or would like advice, please contact the Framework Coordinator. You are also encouraged to engage with the range of available student supports.