Monitoring academic progress
CQU monitors academic progress of students to identify the type of assistance students may require to achieve satisfactory progress in their academic study. Students who are academically at risk of making unsatisfactory academic progress are identified according to set criteria and offered targeted academic skills and personal programs as early as possible in their study program to assist them to achieve satisfactory learning outcomes.
Monitoring academic progress involves two stages of identification and intervention before a student progresses to the third stage - cancellation of enrolment.
For further information, refer to the Monitoring Academic Progress - Unsatisfactory Progress documents on the CQU policy website.
Source: Monitoring Academic Progress - Unsatisfactory Progress Policy