Students are responsible for dropping units in which they are enrolled or adding units by going online at any time before the final dates for such enrolment changes, which are shown in the calendar of Key Dates.
When you add or drop a unit you must check that the requested action has been processed. You must either view your corrected schedule of units or view your enrolment advice to ensure your request has been processed correctly.
It is recommended that a copy of your new Enrolment Advice is printed or saved and kept for future reference.
No units will be permitted to be dropped after the commencement of the official examination period, which is shown in the calendar of Key Dates.
No students shall be permitted to sit for, nor be entitled to receive a grade for, examinations or assessment in units for which they are not enrolled.
Units dropped after the specified final date, Census date, will incur an academic penalty and the result of 'Withdrawn Fail' (WF).
Fees cannot be refunded if a unit is dropped after the Census date as advised in the calendar of Key Dates.
Students dropping units at any time in the year should check with Centrelink to ensure that these changes do not affect entitlements.