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Special Consideration Policy
The Special Consideration policy applies to students who experience serious adverse circumstances that result in absence(s) from class or inability to undertake compulsory, course-related activities. Such circumstances must be fully supported by appropriate documentation.
- Applications for special consideration and special arrangements are managed by the University’s Student Administration Services (SAS). Visit the Special Consideration website for information on eligibility and how to apply online.
Special arrangements can be made if you've had difficulty submitting assessment tasks due to essential community commitments (eg. Essential religious commitments, jury duty, Australian Defence Force commitment etc.) Guidelines (pdf)
Student Absence from Compulsory Classes Policy
An absence from class of less than a week must be covered by completion of a Leave of Absence form and supported by appropriate documentation.
Student Absence from Compulsory Classes Form (pdf)
Where an absence would result in a student failing to meet the attendance requirements for units of study but is perceived by the student as having an educational advantage to them, the student must submit an application to the Faculty for permission to absent themselves from class. The policy is outlined in:
Student Absence from Compulsory Classes Policy (pdf)
Conscientious Objection in Teaching & Assessment
Animal Welfare Policy
Animal Welfare Policy (pdf)
Academic Board Policy: Academic Dishonesty and Plagiarism
Compliance Statement (doc)
Coursework Rule 2000
University of Sydney Forms and Policies
Access to current
University policies, procedures and guidelines.
- Application for Credit Standing from Previous Study (pdf)
- Professional Practitioner Certificate (pdf)