Common Questions

  • If you wish to drop a course you must do so prior to the relevant census date in each study period. If you withdraw after the census date you will incur the relevant course fees, and the course(s) will be recorded on your academic record. Appeals...
  • The withdraw date follows the Census Date, and is the last day on which you can withdraw from a course (without failing) and have it recorded as 'withdrawn' (W) on your academic record. The full cost of the tuition fees and student contribution amounts...
  • Each course has a unit load assigned to it, usually 4.5 units or 9 units, however some courses may have more. If you enrol in 13.5 units (generally 3 x 4.5 unit courses) or more in one Study Period you are considered for University purposes a full-time...
  • Current domestic students If you are enrolled in a program of the University of South Australia, and have attempted all the assessment components of at least one course, you may apply for leave of absence from your program for up to 12 months. While...
  • If you have already enrolled into courses against your old program you must withdraw from these courses via myEnrolment prior to the relevant census date advised on the Academic Calender for the Study Period. To withdraw from your old program, please...
  • A full class override is decided on a case by case basis by the School that owns the course. You could be authorised to enrol in a full class if there are exceptional circumstances that mean that you cannot select another option. Please do not submit an...
  • 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...
  • It is important to make this decision before the census date for the Study Period that you are enrolled in to avoid incurring tuition fees. If you have not completed any study and you are a domestic student; You must drop all your courses via...
  • All important dates (census dates, enrol by date, withdrawal dates, teaching breaks, exams etc) can be found on the Academic Calendar.
  • Your enrolment open date is the date you can begin enrolling in your program. You will be notified of your enrolment open date via the myEnrolment homepage. The last day to enrol in a course is the Enrol By Date for that study period. This can be found...
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