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A Faculty / School warning letter may be sent to you to alert you to the fact that you are making unsatisfactory progress. View a sample warning letter (46 KB).
If you have received a warning letter from your Faculty or School, this means that you have not met the set of standards that define unsatisfactory academic progress What is unsatisfactory academic progress?
The Faculty or School will advise you that you need to take steps to improve your academic performance and will work with you to implement a strategy to improve your performance.
Please do not ignore a warning letter.
You may face exclusion from your course for a year or a restriction on your enrolment if your unsatisfactory progress continues.
Get proactive! What you can do to improve your academic performance: Find out how to ‘Get Support’.