When will results be available?
The current UTS Handbook advises the dates for release of both Autumn and Spring final results:
Students will view their results online through My Student Admin (My Result Details)
How do I apply for an extension on an assignment?
Students whose studies are affected by serious illness or hardship should submit an "Request for Special Consideration".
How do I appeal against my final grade?
Students may appeal against a final grade for a subject under special criteria only and within a strict time frame. This is called a "Review of Final Subject Assessment Results".
Why is my subject result showing as a 'W'?
A 'W' grade indicates that your result has been Withheld - usually because some further work is required to be completed. If you receive a 'W' result you must immediately contact the Subject Coordinator to ensure that you understand what is required of you to complete the subject requirements otherwise the result will be changed to a Fail after a prescribed period.
Why is my subject result showing as an 'E' ?
An 'E' against a subject means that a Grade was not submitted by the Subject Coordinator. If you receive an 'E' result you must immediately contact your Subject Coordinator to ensure that you understand what is required to complete the subject requirements, otherwise the result will be changed to a Fail after the prescribed period.
How do I apply for Special Consideration?
The form "Request for Special Consideration" including detailed instructions, is available for download and should be used if your studies are affected by serious illness or hardship.
An Application for special consideration must be completed and signed by an appropriate professional authority, such as a Medical Practitioner, Counsellor or Minister of Religion. The form must then be lodged at the Student Info & Admin Centre.
Where can I find out more about assessments at UTS?
The Student Administration Unit (SAU) offers extensive information on their Examinations and Assessments page.