The Student Support Team’s advice to students is to study fewer Units and do well rather than too many and risking failing one and having to redo it (and pay twice). So, here’s a couple of things to keep in mind:
Once you’ve had a look at your options – if you do need to withdraw from a Unit – here’s how to do it:
You will then receive a message confirming that you have been withdrawn from the unit/s, which you can print if you choose. Click on the Back to Current Enrolment button, to return to your original enrolment screen, where you should see that these units now have a Status of Discontinued (not enrolled).
If you need general advice or support on how to drop a Unit, jump in front of your computer and give Student Central a call asap on 02 6773 4444. But, if you’re considering dropping out entirely or would like a bit of advice, get in contact with us before you do so we can explore a range of options with you first. You can call us on 02 6773 4430 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org]]>
Here’s the difference and the info you need:
If you’re confused, jump in front of your computer, give Student Central a shout on 02 6773 4444 and they’ll talk you through it.
And remember, there are a whole host of reasons why deferring/leave of Absence might be the best option for you and if you’re not sure, get in touch with the Student Support Team to discuss your options.
Source: Ed – Student Support Team via AskUNE]]>
The NSW DPI is seeking suitable candidates to fill current and future technical support roles at Tamworth, Narrabri and Trangie. The closing date for these positions has been revised and is now August 5th 2016. Please see below link to iworkfornsw: http://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/technical-assistant-37589
Source: Dr Lisa bird (DPI Tamworth)]]>
So, if you’d like to have a chat about your options and you’re a little unsure about your studies, please get in touch with us during Check-up Week.
If you can’t make it to one of the events or a study centre, get in touch via email asap: email@example.com]]>
The Student Experience Survey (SES) will open soon. If you’re currently studying and selected as part of the sample you’ll receive an invitation via email in the next few weeks. Fill it out ASAP for the best chance at winning some great prizes!
Source: Simon Ostler – Corporate Intelligence Unit]]>
ANZSSA (the Aust. & NZ Student Support Assoc) is sponsoring students to attend the 2016 ANZSSA conference in Auckland, New Zealand in December http://www.anzssa2016.com/
There is one each available for a student from Australia and New Zealand and the application information is available from http://anzssa.com/Public/Professional_Development/Public/Professional_Development.aspx?hkey=aef19e63-f46e-4179-b91d-6c1b0b2ada6d under the heading “Opportunities for Students”.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 26th August 2016.
Source: Christie White, VP (Aust) ANZSSA]]>