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Results are your final grades for a unit of study. They are normally issued two weeks after the end of the teaching period.
The release of results date can be found in the University's calendar of dates.
Students with outstanding debt on their student account will not receive their results by email and will not be able to see them in eStudent. Ensure that you pay any outstanding fees – including library fines – as soon as possible to access your results.
Results will only be released once the payment has cleared.
Session 2, 2020 results will be released on Thursday 10 December 2020 via student email from 9am (AEST). Find your results release dates for all study periods.
All available results are sent by email* before they are available online. If you do not receive your results to your student email address, you can log into eStudent from 3pm (AEST) on the release date and check your results online.
*Assuming you do not have a financial sanction due to unpaid fees.
If you are concerned the email hasn't arrived by 3pm, check your spam/junk folder.
Due to COVID-19, fail grades will not be recorded on your transcript for 2020 study periods starting before 1 October 2020. When your results are published, instead of an ‘F’ appearing in your result notification and on your transcript, an ‘SC’ (Special Circumstance) grade will be recorded.
Make sure you understand the grading system and what your results mean. Refer to our FAQs below for more information.
Find answers via AskMQ.
Sometimes you may feel that something – external to your performance – influenced your final result and you can demonstrate that the University has made a mistake in its processes as stated in the Grade Appeal Policy. If this is the case, you first need to review your grades and then you may wish to consider an appeal.
Academic progression means maintaining a satisfactory level of academic achievement throughout your studies and completing your course. Your academic progression will determine your academic standing. To find out more about your academic standing and where you can get advice, please refer to the academic progression page.
The University's Academic Progression Policy and Procedure requires you to pass at least 51% of your attempted load in a study period. If you do not meet these requirements on a continuing basis (meaning you have been cautioned, have had conditional enrolment and still not passed 51% of your units), you may be at risk of suspension/exclusion.
The University's General Coursework Rules also outline the requirements for those students enrolled in a practical, clinical or professional program or unit of study. The General Coursework Rule 10(7) provides that a student who fails to meet these requirements may be excluded from further enrolment in that program of study. Please note that the aforementioned General Coursework Rules supersede Academic Standing.
If you are at risk of suspension or exclusion, you will be notified via your official student email and also via a hard copy letter sent to your preferred mailing address.