You may appeal a University decision in accordance with the Student Appeals Regulations and Student Appeals Procedure.
A student or other eligible person may appeal decisions regarding:
- academic progress
- statutory matters.
An appeal must be on one or more of the following grounds:
- the existence of new relevant material of a significant nature, being relevant material that was not reasonably available to the student or eligible person prior to the original decision being made and which is inherently different from material that was available;
- there was a misapplication of procedure resulting in real disadvantage to the student or eligible person that was the subject of the decision;
- the decision was manifestly wrong or excessive; or
- there was a bias or a conflict of interest on the part of the original decision maker or makers.