You will be placed on academic caution if you:
- failed to meet the minimum rate of progress (MRP) in your last half year of study, or
- made a successful appeal against exclusion
- are an international student in danger of failing to meet the minimum rate of progress next session. As a result, UTS will recommend early intervention and you will be encouraged to undertake certain activities to help improve your academic performance.
When you are placed on academic caution, you are provided with additional support to help improve your academic performance. It is important to:
- take it seriously, and
- treat it as an early warning.
Usually, you will be required to participate in the support program for the whole session after you have been placed on academic caution. This will include contacting an academic adviser to discuss your study plan. Faculty Board may waive these rules in particular cases.
If you are placed on academic caution, refer to the academic caution workshops section.
If you do not maintain satisfactory academic progress after being placed on academic caution, you may be excluded.
Student and related rules:
10.7 Academic caution