If your Department is concerned about your academic performance, engagement or attitude towards your course, it may make a Progress Concerns Report to the University.
University information about progress concerns can be found here.
Your department will normally have tried to resolve the progress concerns with you informally before making a Progress Concerns Report.
You can be reported for one or more of the following:
What happens if you are reported?
A Progress Concerns Report can lead to you being referred to Faculty Student Review Committee or FSRC. The purpose of FSRC is to decide if you can continue with your course, or be excluded.
Student Services will send you a copy of the report, and tell you if you are being referred to FSRC.
If you have been referred to Faculty Student Review Committee you are strongly advised to consult Student Advice Centre as soon as possible. Our Academic Advisers can help you prepare for the FSRC and represent you at the meeting.