I can no longer study at UniSA, what should I do?

Published 25/01/2017 09:50 AM   |    Updated 18/12/2017 02:41 PM

Domestic students

Domestic students are encouraged to discuss options with their Program Director or a Counsellor from the Student Engagement Unit. There is also information available at Thinking about withdrawing which will assist you.

If you decide to no longer study at UniSA, you will need to fill in a Leave of Absence or Withdrawal from Program form, located under student forms, and submit it to Campus Central. You do not need anyone's permission to withdraw from the University.

If you are withdrawing because of a medical condition, or disability impacting on your student you may apply for a refund of your fees. Further information on Special Circumstances is available from Fees and Finance.

In all instances you will need to surrender your student ID when you lodge a withdrawal at Campus Central.

International students

If you are an international student, and wish to withdraw from your program, you must see an Student Adviser (International) at the Student Engagement Unit. Withdrawing from a program may affect your ability to meet visa requirements and therefore you need the Student Adviser's permission.

If you decide to no longer study at UniSA, you will need to fill in an International Withdrawal from Program form, located under student forms, and submit it to Campus Central.

 

 

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