Attending an Academic Progress Committee (APC) hearing
First review period of 2020
In exceptional circumstances, you may be required to attend a hearing (or have conditions applied to your enrolment) based on the review of your results from the first review period of 2020.
For more information, see receiving a notice of unsatisfactory progress.
Purpose of the hearing
If you’re required to attend a hearing, it’s important to be prepared. The purpose of the hearing is for an Academic Progress Committee (APC) to review your academic progress and decide whether you can continue with your studies at Monash.
At the hearing, you’ll get the opportunity to demonstrate that you can successfully complete your course within the maximum course duration.
You’ll need to show:
- that you understand that your academic performance so far is not satisfactory
- that you understand the factors that have negatively affected your academic progress
- the actions you’ve taken to improve your performance, including completing My Progress and Support and My Plan for Success
- that you have a viable plan to resolve the problems affecting your academic progress.