If you are attempting to enrol in a course after Monday of Week Two of any semester, you will need to print out this form and gain the course convenor's approval (by their signature on the form) that they approve your late entry. You will also need to fill out the enrolment change form (as described below) and submit both documents together to our office.
Use this form to request an examiner to take extenuating circumstances into consideration during the marking of an assessment item.
If you require an extension to the due date of your assessment, do not submit a special consideration form. Use this link to apply for an extension of the due date for an assessment task (as described above).
Students who are unable to sit an examination owing to extenuating circumstances should see deferred examinations.
Use this form if owing to extenuating circumstances you are unable to attend an exam at the scheduled time. A deferred examination is the sitting of an examination at a time other than the scheduled time/date.
Wherever possible a student should sit their examination at the prescribed time, and if necessary apply for special assessment consideration for the marking of the examination (see above).
If your program requires a choice of major, minor or specialisation, you can register your intended selection on ISIS -> Academic Records -> Majors, Minors & Specialisations before the Census Date of the semester (31 March - semester 1 or 31 August - semester 2).
For International students, Honours students, postgraduate coursework students who are undertaking the supervised thesis component of their Master (Advanced) degree, and students enrolled in Medicinae ac Chirurgiae Doctoranda, wishing to apply for leave from their program.
Reduced study load:For international students who wish to reduce their study load below the required 100%.
Overloading:For students wishing to increase their study load above 100%.
Third Attempt Course Enrolment:For students wishing to enrol in a course that they will be attempting for the third time. All other courses should be added through ISIS before census date. If you are unable to add a course on ISIS for another reason, you should contact your College to request a permission code. You are strongly encouraged to seek academic advice before you apply for a third attempt.
Use this form to rate your visit for a drop-in session.
Credit is the recognition, towards completion of the program, of:
a) a course, or other relevant graduate or undergraduate studies, undertaken at the University or another university or tertiary education institution otherwise than as part of the program; or
b) clinical or professional experience.
Use this form to apply for study at another university within Australia. You will also need to submit with your application course outlines, a program plan showing how your proposed courses fit in your degree and a paragraph outlining your reasons for wanting to do cross institutional study. Please refer to the CASS Credit Guidelines.
Use this form to apply for self-sourced, study remotely at an overseas university. Note that this is not study abroad, but it is where students study online. Please refer to the CASS Credit Guidelines.
Accept your offer to the CASS Flexible Double Masters prgream (FDD) and nominate your TWO chosen degrees Confirm your Supervisor arrangements for honours applications, program leave applications or thesis course enrollment with this form. You may also need to submit a revised form if you require a particularly long thesis submission date extension.
Confirm your Supervisor arrangements for honours applications, program leave applications or thesis course enrollment with this form. You may also need to submit a revised form if you require a particularly long thesis submission date extension.
Application for extension of time to submit a CASS Honours or Masters (Advanced) theses. You may also need to submit a revised Thesis Supervisor confirmation from if you require a particularly long extension.