Results and progression
At UWA, your results are used to determine your progress status. Make sure you pay any outstanding debts to the University or you won’t be able to view your results.
Release dates for results vary depending on your faculty.
|Teaching Period||Unit Result Release Date|
|Semester 1||2 July 2020|
|Semester 1 supplementary/deferred||31 July 2020|
|Semester 2||30 November 2020|
|Semester 2 supplementary/deferred||To be advised|
|Trimester 1||5 May 2020|
|Trimester 1 supplementary/deferred||2 June 2020|
|Trimester 2||18 August 2020|
|Trimester 2 supplementary/deferred||14 September 2020|
|Trimester 3||8 December 2020|
|Trimester 3 supplementary/deferred||15 February 2020|
|Medicine Year 1||see Medical School|
|Dentistry Year 1||see Dental School|
|Podiatric Medicine Year 1||see Student Advising Office|
|Dentistry Year 2 & 3||see Dental School|
|Doctor of Podiatric Surgery, Doctor of Podiatry||see Student Advising Office|
Academic progression is an assessment of your academic performance. At the end of each academic year, your faculty will assess your academic performance and determine your eligibility to continue studying your course. Academic progression details can be viewed on studentConnect. If you’ve made satisfactory progress, you’ll be assigned the status of "Good Standing" and will be permitted to re-enrol. If you’ve failed to make satisfactory progress, you may be placed on probation, suspended or excluded.
If you've been struggling with your studies and are concerned about your course progression, it's important to speak with your Student Advising Office and discuss a study plan to ensure you're better prepared for next semester. If you're concerned about the impact your progression may have on your student visa, speak with International Student Support.
This information does not apply to Higher Degree by Research students. If you are a HDR student, contact the Graduate Research School for clarification on your course status. For more information on progress status outcomes and academic progress, visit the University Policy on Academic Progress.
According to the rules for your course, you have failed to make satisfactory progress and have been excluded from your course.
For more information on progress status outcomes, visit the University Policy on Academic Progress.
If you have already re-enrolled for the next academic year before receiving this notification your enrolment will be automatically discontinued after the prescribed period for submission of a Stage 1 Review of Progress Status (Show cause period) has elapsed.
In accordance with 3(1)(c) of the University's Conduct and Discipline Regulations you have been expelled from the University.
You have made satisfactory progress in accordance with the rules for your course.
You have failed to make satisfactory progress and have been placed on probation. For more information about the conditions of your probation and to discuss re-enrolment conditions, contact your Student Advising Office. For more information on progress status outcomes, visit the University Policy on Academic Progress.
In accordance with the rules for your course, you have failed to make satisfactory progress. As a result, a progress status of Suspension or Exclusion has been approved by your Faculty. For more information on progress status outcomes, visit the University Policy on Academic Progress.
Please observe the Review and Appeal requirements if you believe this progress status should not be applied in your case. Staff in your Student Advising Office are the first point of contact to discuss your progress status and any course of action that might be open to you. Once the prescribed period for submission of a statement or appeal has lapsed, the status will be applied automatically.
You have been suspended from this course and will not be permitted to continue in the course next year. For more information on progress status outcomes, visit the University Policy on Academic Progress.
If you had already re-enrolled for the next academic year before receiving this notification, your enrolment will be automatically discontinued after the prescribed period for submission of a Stage 1 Review of Progress Status (Show Cause period) has elapsed.
Your course progress status is under consideration by the Faculty Board of Examiners. For more information, contact your Student Advising Office.
Issues and complaints
If you’re dissatisfied with an assessment result or your progress status at the University, you are entitled to request a review of the academic decision relating to you, and to appeal if you are dissatisfied with the outcome of that review.