When a student is at risk of, or is deemed to be making unsatisfactory academic progress, the faculty will determine the appropriate course of action based on a number of factors, including the students academic progress risk level and students submission (or non-submission) to My Progress and Support or My Academic Progress Response.
- Students are asked to complete My Progress and Support or My Academic Progress Response within 10 days of receiving the email. (Note that for the interim round notices may be sent later than 10 days as per the Procedure)
- Students can save a copy or retrieve a list of their recommended resources using the link emailed to them.
- Access the responses in the uniCRM Academic Progress portal if you have been granted access.
- We have created support videos and a User Guide to support you to manage the student in the portal.
- User access to the uniCRM Academic Progress portal is restricted however a snapshot of the student's academic progress response may be available. Speak to your faculty's Executive Officer to request this.
1. To identify which students could benefit from recommendations or enrolment conditions either with or without an academic performance support meeting or be referred to an Academic Progress Committee hearing (level 3 students only), faculties can be guided by tools and sources such as:
- the academic progress Callista extract.
- students past performance
- students academic progress level
- students with a higher weighting e.g.40+ (as shown the in portal)
- a student's Job-ready Graduate unit pass rate calculation
- the faculties own question weighting (manually calculated)
- specific responses to questions in My Progress and Support or My Academic Progress Response
- non-response to My Progress and Support or My Academic Progress Response.
2. Faculties may also consider resource availability to conduct these meetings.
3. As an example only, students that may benefit from an academic performance support meeting can include:
- Students at any risk level.
- Students whose response has indicated they are not fully aware of the reasons impacting on their academic performance.
- Students who many need encouragement to access the support services recommended to them in My Progress and Support.
- Students who are at risk of losing, or have lost, Australian Government support under the Job-ready Graduate package.
- Students who could benefit with unit selection or course advice and where their responses indicate they are not enjoying their course.
- Students who did not respond to their risk level notice.
4. A student should only be referred to a hearing where exclusion from their course is a likely outcome. For some students an academic performance support meeting, enrolment conditions and/or recommendations may be more appropriate.