Keep the following guidelines in mind to ensure you complete and stay enrolled in your program of study.
Keeping track of your enrolments is particularly important if you are studying a program with a lot of electives or minor strands. Your Program Coordinator will be able to help you if you want an authoritative source to double check where you are up to.
Make sure you are familiar with these dates, as well as exam periods, SWOTVAC and the public holidays that the university acknowledges. You certainly don’t want to turn up to classes on a public holiday! These dates can be found under Essential info for students.
The enrolment process tells the University what you plan to study the following year. If you fail to re-enrol within the specified period you may be deemed to have forfeited your place in the Program or you may have to pay a late enrolment fine. When completing your enrolment ensure to check the faculty and program information, or refer to the Undergraduate Handbook. Remember that re-enrolment only applies to the program you are in – you cannot use your re-enrolment to transfer to another program.
Please Note: In some faculties there may be a certain average you need to have achieved (i.e. 60%) to be able to increase your study load. Please check with your Student Services Hub for individual faculty requirements.
Students may also come to the decision that they cannot continue their program of study and wish to withdraw from all studies. However, before you decide that withdrawing from studies is the best option, it is highly recommended that you speak with people who know and understand all the policies, processes and consequences. For more information about withdrawing from studies, including support services, visit the Student Advisory Service. They are here to help you.
If you’re studying online, a network of exam venues are available; you will be advised of your exam arrangements via email – including the exam venue address.