Exam results will be out tomorrow (10 July) and now is a good time to think about how your studies are going.
At the end of each semester, the University also takes a look at the academic progress of all students. Academic transcripts are reviewed at this time to make sure students are on track to succeed in their studies and are going to meet the professional requirements of their chosen degree. If you aren’t heading in the right direction, restrictions can be placed on your enrolment or you can be excluded from your Award/Faculty/UC.
If, through this review process, you have been identified as needing help with your studies, you will receive a letter in your student email on 16 July – so be sure to check your UC student email for more information!
If you do receive a letter and would like to appeal any decisions made under the review of academic progress, you need to submit your appeal by 12pm, Monday 20 July.
You can find out more about the academic review process on the Academic Services website, which also lists a wide range of resources to help you get awesome results in your studies.
Remember, there are a lot of people on campus who are here to help you make your time at UC a success. If you would like to talk to someone about your studies, contact your College student advisor, UC Student Development advisors, the Academic Skills Centre, or student advisors within the Māori Development and Pacific Development teams. You can also contact the UCSA’s Advocacy and Welfare team for assistance.