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On Terminated status?

Terminated status information sessions

The Student Guild and Student Wellbeing Advisory Service are providing terminated status information sessions. Watch the Terminated Status Video to understand:

  • Terminated status and its consequences
  • Your options
  • How to appeal your status
  • Support services available to you
Date Time Location
Wed 1 Dec3pm407.208
Fri 3 Dec10am407.208
Tues 7 Dec2pmOnline
Thurs 9 Dec10am407.205
Mon 13 Dec2pm407.208
Wed 15 Dec10amOnline
Thurs 16 Dec2pm407.208
Tues 10 Jan2pm407.155

You can register for sessions online.

Bring or send a copy of your Academic eRecord and your draft appeal letter to the session or email a  Student Assist Officer or a Student Wellbeing Advisor to give you advice based on your situation. Download your Academic eRecord from the My Results tab in eStudent.

If you’re unable to attend these sessions you can make an appointment with a Guild Student Assist Officer.

How do I appeal my Terminated status?

There may have been factors outside of your control that impacted on your studies. If this is the case you can request a review of the decision for your Terminated status. You will only be able to return to your course if your Request for Review or any subsequent appeals are successful.

You will need to submit your Request for Review in writing (including documents to support your claim) to Examinations and Progression Management within 20 working days of being notified of your Terminated status. Ensure you read the Official Communication sent to you from Examinations and Progression Management – these communications are generally sent when final results are officially published to students.

See information and instructions on submitting a Request for Review of Academic Status application.

If you need help completing your request for review please contact the Student Assist Officers at the Curtin Student Guild. The Student Assist Team are also available to discuss your circumstances and to review your letter before submission.

All students are considered enrolled until the final outcome of the Request for Review and Appeal process. Students are still able to enrol in units for the next study period and attend classes until a final outcome is reached.

Appeal period passed? Apply for re-admission to your course

Find out how to apply for readmission based on your mode of study.

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