Under some circumstances, students may appeal the final grade of their course. You have to be able to show that the course description was not clear or that the delivery of the course did not match the course description.
Final grade appeals Semester 2 2021 (term code 2120)
You can submit a final grade appeal for Semester 2 2021 once grades are officially published in My Student Centre on Monday 6 December 2021. For other teaching period result publication dates check Important dates.
Please note that the School has 30 working days after receiving your appeal letter "or such further time as may be reasonably necessary for the Dean or his/her nominee to complete his or her determination" to finalise the appeal process.
How to make a Final Grade Appeal
To assist you in preparing a Final Grade Appeal letter please read Regulation 5.3 and download a copy of the School Appeal Submission form. You will need to use this form to submit your appeal. You can type your appeal statement directly on the form, but if you run out of room please attach another page (be sure to include your student number on any pages you add to your appeal). We have written a guide to help you put together a Final Grade Appeal.
Submitting your appeal
Your appeal should be submitted to the Dean of the School responsible for your course within 10 working days* of the official publication of your grade by email to the relevant address contained in the table below with subject line 'Final Grade Appeal CONFIDENTIAL'.
If you are not sure which school you belong to, check here: Federation University Australia Schools
|Federation Business Schoolemail@example.com|
|School of Artsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|School of Educationemail@example.com|
|School of Science, Psychology and Sportfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|School of Healthemail@example.com|
|School of Engineering, Information Technology and Physical Sciencefirstname.lastname@example.org|
* Working day - means an ordinary business day of the University (excluding weekends, public holidays or days on which the University is officially closed, eg. Christmas close-down).
For further advice and support contact Student Advocacy