Help with academic status
Your academic status is an indication of how you’re going with your studies. If you receive your results and see that you’re on Conditional or Terminated status, we have a range of advice and resources to help you.
Your academic status is based upon your academic performance and is determined at the end of each study period by the Board of Examiners. There are three academic status levels.
This means you are achieving satisfactory results and you can continue your course and re‑enrol.
Students on a status of Good Standing have a semester weighted average (SWA) of 50 or higher and pass more than 50% of enrolled units each study period.
A Conditional status means you are at risk of not achieving satisfactory course progress.
You are permitted to re-enrol but may be subject to conditions which are determined by the Head of School or Student Progress Appeals Committee. The conditions are to help you improve your academic progress.
A Terminated status means you are not achieving satisfactory course progress and have been terminated from your course.
You are not permitted to re-enrol in your course.
- seek admission into another course
- appeal your termination using the Academic status appeal process.
You can find further information in the Assessment and Student Progression Manual.