About Academic Progress
On 1 January 2020, Student Academic Progress Policy and Procedure was updated. Under the updated policy, students who fail one or more units are allocated a level 1, 2 or 3 risk level depending on the unsatisfactory academic progress trigger they met.
The updated process is focused on supporting students at risk of unsatisfactory progress earlier and using an online tool so that all students can access tailored support. Students' academic progress will now be reviewed twice a year, instead of once a year.
The triggers for academic progress are consistent across the university, ensuring all students academic progress is reviewed in the same way.
This website is developed for staff involved in academic progress processes. Here you will find all the information you need to know about academic progress; the latest updates, key dates, training details, tools, templates and useful resources.
Watch this short video to learn more about Student Academic Progress Policy
Visit our student website for all information available to students about their academic progress and next steps.
Learn more about the principles of academic process and the triggers used to review students academic progress
Learn more about unsatisfactory academic progress and the procedures involved across all risk levels.
Understand the role of the academic progress committee, hearings, outcomes and more.
Learn more about the students' right to appeal, who is eligible to apply, how they apply and more.
These templates are to be used for Monash South Africa campus only.