The following are descriptions of student sanction codes, which may appear in My Student Admin and a description of their impact.
PRR - Re-enrolment required
If you have failed to enrol in any half year and are not on an approved leave of absence you are liable for this sanction. You will be withdrawn from your course if you fail to enrol into subject(s) or apply for leave of absence before the census date of the subsequent session.
EAC - Academic caution
If you failed to successfully complete more than 50% of your attempted credit points in any half year period then you will be placed on academic caution.
For more details see the Academic caution page.
E3F - Exclusion - 3 subjects fail
Students who fail a subject for the third time are liable for this sanction. It results in the exclusion from further enrolment in the subject.
You must contact your faculty for enrolment advice.
To apply for permission to re-enrol in a subject after three or more failures please complete the Request for permission to re-enrol in a subject after three (or more) failures (PDF 178kB) form.
For Business faculty students only:
Students who fail a business subject starting with 2xxxx, for the third time are liable for this sanction. You must contact your faculty for enrolment advice by submitting your request through the online portal: https://www.uts.edu.au/e3f
EAP - Exclusion - Academic progress
Undergraduate students who have not passed 50% of their enrolled subjects since first enrolling in their course at the University are liable for this sanction.
Postgraduate coursework students who fail to meet the minimum rate of progress (MPR) as specified by their Faculty Board. Please refer to the UTS Handbook.
If you are excluded, you are no longer a student of the University and cannot continue attending classes, enrol or change your programme. Access to computer accounts, Library and all University services is cancelled.
Exclusion is for one academic year. You may reapply for entry to the University at the end of the period of exclusion. Students who wish to apply for re-admission to a course must follow normal admission procedures. Re-admission to a course after exclusion is not automatic.
For more information see the Exclusion page.
EET - Permanent exclusion from course - maximum time (or EMT prior to 2017)
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework students who have not completed their course within the maximum time allowed for the course are liable for this sanction. Students who have been excluded are no longer students at the University and cannot continue attending classes, enrol or change their program. Access to computer accounts, Library and all University services is cancelled. Exclusion from the course is permanent.
If you need further information about any of these sanctions, unless indicated otherwise, contact your UTS Student Centre.
Student and related rules:
7.8 Withdrawal from a course, 7.8.4
10.2 Assessment of Rate of Progress
10.3 Minimum Rate of Progress-Undergraduate
10.4 Failure to Maintain Minimum Rate of Progress
10.5 Maximum Time to Complete Course Requirements
10.6 Repeated failure in a subject