A withheld result for a subject may be granted as follows:
|Withheld Grade||Description||When the grade will be used|
- If the result is not finalised
- If there is an outstanding grievance or misconduct
- Other reasons the faculty may have for withholding the result
||Withheld - Academic Consideration - Deferred Assessment
||If you have applied for Academic Consideration and are to take a deferred assessment
||Withheld - Supplementary Assessment - Supplementary Assessment
||If as a result of being close to passing the subject, you have been offered a supplementary assessment.
||Withheld - Extension
||If an extension has been granted on the withheld result.
Withheld results must be declared 10 weeks after the release of result date.
Where a WH or ND result is granted, it is your responsibility to contact the relevant academic unit as soon as practical. Failure to do so may result in an automatic fail grade being determined after 10 weeks from the release of results.
If you have a withheld result at the time of results release, the result will normally become available within a few days. We suggest that you check the web every couple of days, and contact your lecturer if the delay is longer. We will not contact you when the result becomes available as a result of the large number of results that can be delayed by a few days.
Withheld result for a course
There are a number of reasons why all your results may be withheld:
- you have not paid a fee or charge after due notice has been given
- you have not completed the CareerSmart or StartSmart modules, or
- you are facing disciplinary proceedings.
You will know that your results have been withheld if they are entirely blocked from view in SOLS or the results for each of your subjects show as 'WITHHELD'.