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Following results release for the review period, a Callista job will be run by SEBS to identify all students who meet an Academic Progress trigger.
The job will include all units with results release dates in the review period.
This includes guidelines and templates where applicable:
Students who meet an unsatisfactory academic progress trigger will be sent an automatically generated email. The email will be sent 10 days after results are released for either semester 1 or 2.
Email templates for information only
Students with risk level 1 and 2 will be asked to complete My Progress and Support. Students at level 3 will be asked to complete My Plan for Success.
Faculties can access students responses to My Progress and Support in the dashboard. Access is restricted.
Based on these responses and the student’s risk level, faculties can determine which students may benefit from attending a course progression meeting.
Faculties can invite students to a course progression meeting to discuss their responses in My Progress and Support, their results and make any necessary recommendations.
Faculties can convene an academic progress committee hearing after the student has triggered risk level 3.
Students can apply for a review of enrolment conditions.
Students who breach compulsory course requirements will trigger risk level 3 and may be referred to an Academic Progress Committee hearing.
Students who have been excluded but did not complete My Plan for Success by the deadline do not have the right to appeal, but may apply to the dean of the managing faculty for reconsideration.