1. giving aid to a cause or position; 2. support for people who are thought likely to be disregarded or to have difficulty in gaining attention, so that their opinion is listened to.
Usually, you will get along just fine with the University, but every now and then things may not go according to plan. There are quite a few rules that regulate your time as a student, and they can be insanely confusing. If you have a problem with the uni, or the uni has a problem with you, you may want to get advice. That’s where we come in.
Graduate, undergraduate, domestic and international students are welcome to use this free and confidential advocacy service. If you need assistance, please contact us here.
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Appeals to the Academic Board
Need to appeal a decision - here's how.
Academic or General - get the facts and ask for help.
Applications, outcomes and disputing decisions - get help!
Feedback, penalties and disputing grades.
At Risk, Show Cause hearings and appeals - advice and assistance.
Grievances and Complaints
Advice on making a complaint or disputing a decision.
Didn't get an offer? Find out what you can do.
Your rights, responsibilities and where to go for advice.
Some tips for working with your supervisor.
Want to maximise your chances of a positive response? Tips for co
Check your pockets! And other tips on getting through exams.
Check if you're eligible for a fee refund.
How to identify and report discrimination.
What to do if you encounter sexual harassment.
What to look out for and how to address it.
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The fastest, most effective way to get the ball rolling.