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As a student, your primary responsibility is to progress through your studies to a satisfactory standard.
This does NOT mean that you have to pass every unit that you have enrolled in.
In the Faculty of Information Technology, your progress is deemed unsatisfactory if you have:
If you have not progressed to a satisfactory standard, then the Faculty MAY decide to exclude you.
However, exclusion is NOT automatic. In many cases students are given opportunities to continue their
studies and are provided with support.
It is highly recommended that students familiarise themselves with Unsatisfactory
Academic Progress and the Faculty's Early Warning strategies for identifying students at risk.
Further information is available at the following url:
Rights and Responsibilities
Your responsibilities as a student include (amongst others):
If you think a member of the University has transgressed your rights you should seek advice and assistance. The University’s grievance procedure is located at:
University Student Ombudsman
The University Student Ombudsman (USO) will review grievances which have not been resolved by the school or faculty. Information about the USO is located at:
If you believe that you have been discriminated against, vilified, bullied or if you have been the victim of sexual harassment, you should contact the Student Equity Unit:
You should also get advice and assistance from the Student Union or counselling services.Grievance Process
Phone: 9903 2535 and 9903 1004Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 8.45am - 5pm
Dr Kerry Tanner 99032626 Kerry.Tanner@monash.edu
Dr Steve Wright 99032994 Steve.Wright@monash.edu
Dr Chris Ling 99032808 Chris.Ling@monash.edu
Dr Judy Sheard 99032701 Judy.Sheard@monash.edu
Dr Kerry Tanner
Dr Steve Wright
Deputy Course Director
Dr Chris Ling
Dr Judy Sheard
Deputy Course Director
and good luck with your studies.