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Can I withdraw from a unit after the census date?

You can withdraw from units until the last withdrawal date displayed on the Academic Calendar. If you withdraw from a unit after the census date has passed but prior to the last withdrawal date, you will be liable for the full fees of the unit/s, however you will not be academically penalised. If you withdraw from a unit during this window, you will have a "WD" (withdrawn) recorded against the unit on your Academic Transcript.

If you are a student studying on campus, you can withdraw from units via eStudent.

It is important to note that if you are in a Commonwealth Supporting Place or utilising a Commonwealth loan scheme, units withdrawn after the census date will calculate towards your low completion rate under the Job-Ready Graduates Package.

Further information is available on our FAQ page.

Updated 23/09/2022 10.40 AM