Student Appeals Against Academic Decisions

The Faculty procedure for student appeals against academic decisions aligns with the University policy.

An Academic Decision is defined as "a decision by the University that affects the academic assessment or progress of a person within his or her Award Course", and may include decisions relating to Special Consideration, Academic Dishonesty and Plagiarism, and enrolment.

View the View the Law School appeal process

Please note that unit of study results are now published to the student MyAdmin system. The timeline for appeals is therefore 15 working days from the electronic publication of results on "MyAdmin" (to at least commence the process of appeal – e.g. requesting a copy of your exam script).