C6 - Unauthorised Withdrawal
Students who have been given a C6 for a course must respond to the email sent by Registry in one of two ways:
- If you are no longer attending the course you have been given a C6 for, then you must make an appointment with your Adviser of Studies to formally withdraw from the course.
- If you do wish to continue with the course in question then please complete the form below and hand it in to the School Office (F50 Edward Wright Building).
The C6 is a warning to students that they are at risk of losing their class certificate for a course. If you continue not attending classes then you will be given a C7.
You MUST respond to the monitoring email within 8 days of receiving it by submitting the form to the School Office. Failure to do so will result in you being automatically given a C7.
C7 - Refusal of Class Certificate
You may be given a C7 for one of three reasons:
- Your attendance continues to be poor
- You have failed to submit coursework for the course
- You have ignored the C6 warning email
It is important that you attend classes and submit your coursework. The final marks that you receive for your courses are usually dependent upon you passing both the in-course assessment/s and the formal exam. If you fail to submit course work then you will most certainly fail the course overall.
Should you wish to appeal the decision to give you a C7, please complete the form below and hand it in to the School Office (F50 Edward Wright Building). This form contains all of the information that we need in order to make a decision whether or not to reinstate you into the course. Your first point of contact for appeal MUST be the School Office so that administration staff can log your appeal and, if it is successful, remove the C7 from your student record.
If you have multiple C7's on your record then, under General Regulation 18 of the University, Registry can formally terminate your studies and you will not be permitted to attend any classes or sit exams. Therefore it is important that you address any problems with your attendance as soon as possible.