After results release, the Web Enrolment System (WES) checks your unit enrolment. This check takes up to three days.
Failed units (N) or (NGO)
If you failed a unit (N) or (NGO), you can:
- get course advice from your faculty
- see how you can improve your results
- and you may be able to request feedback on your exam performance or view your exam script book.
If your unit result has a WH (withheld) grade, this means your unit result hasn’t been finalised yet.
Your grade may be withheld for one of the following reasons:
- you haven’t finished all your assessments
- you’ve been given an extension to finish a piece of work
- your assessment is still being marked and your final unit result will be updated shortly.
If you're unsure of the reason, ask the unit coordinator.
WES will discontinue units and mark them as invalid if they don't meet certain rules. We send an email to your Monash account if you have invalid units. Units become invalid if:
- you failed a unit that has prerequisites or corequisites
- you have enrolled in units that are incompatible (cannot be studied together).
Check WES after results release
It's important to check and update your enrolment in WES to ensure you:
- remove all invalid units
- enrol in other units.
Contact your faculty if you're unsure about making new unit selections. Your faculty course adviser can help you explore your options.
If you have failed a unit or received a warning letter, see how you can improve on your results and address academic progress concerns.
Counselling is available to current students on all campuses.
Applying for Withdrawn Incomplete (WI)
If you receive a fail grade of N or WN for not completing a unit assessment, due to extreme circumstances beyond your control, you can apply to have the grade altered to WI (withdrawn incomplete). Unlike other fail grades, a WI will not be included in your Grade Point Average (GPA) or Weighted Average Mark (WAM).
- apply in writing to your managing faculty within 20 University working days of the day your result is published
- provide evidence that your circumstances were extreme and either:
- arose during the withdrawn fail period or later
- did not have their full impact until the start of the withdrawn fail period or later
- prevented you from withdrawing from the unit before the withdraw fail period.
Acceptable reasons include:
- serious illness requiring hospitalisation
- death of an immediate family member
- obligations to emergency or military service
- extreme circumstances of similar severity.
Acceptable evidence includes:
- record of hospital admission
- police reports
- notification of obligations to emergency or military service.
Your faculty will assess your application and notify you of the result. If successful in your application, you will need to re-enrol in the unit in order to pass it.