University Support Services that may assist you in your APC Process
Student Advocacy and Support - If you have received a Notice of Referral and Hearing notification, you need to take action immediately. Student Advocacy and Support are available to assist you through the APC process. Get free, confidential and independent advice from a Student Rights Officer. For more information see the Undergraduate Student Rights Flyer, Postgraduate (Monash Postgraduate Association) Flyer, MONSU Academic Progress Information Session Flyer (Dec 2017 - Jan 2018).
Student Life & Support Services
Disability Support Services - Consult a disability adviser at the Disability Services Unit. If you have a hearing or vision impairment, long-term medical condition, learning disability, neurological impairment, physical impairment, or condition relating to mental health, which has affected your studies, they can work with you to develop support measures that may assist with improving your academic performance
Monash Connect - Talk to a Monash Connect adviser about any financial or accommodation worries.
Library Research and Learning Skills - Improve your work by accessing our many study skills resources, including Learning Skills Advisers.
Other Useful Information:
About the APC Process - Video developed by Monash Student Association (MSA)
Early Warning Letters - If you receive an Early Warning notification, it is recommended that you make an appointment with your campus' Student Advocacy and Support as soon as possible, to ensure you take every step to avoid any further disciplinary action. For more information see the links below:
MSA, MONSU (2018 drop in dates TBA), MPA.
Study Skills Programs (formally SMART) - Learn about motivation and time management in SMART workshops.
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) - Join the PASS program for peer mentoring in difficult units.
How to forward emails from your Monash Student email account - Alternatively contact eSolutions