What if I have low engagement with good reason?


We understand that on occasion students may have to miss learning sessions for good reason, especially during the current climate, but if this happens, students will need to make sure they keep up with their work. If you need to be absent for a prolonged period – particularly if this will start the escalation process described above – contact your College/School as soon as possible. Absences over 60 days normally mean suspending your studies; it is difficult to catch up after a long absence, for any reason. For more information, contact your College office

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