Forms and Policies
If you are a Faculty of Arts student, you will find all relevant forms and policies to help you with your studies below.
Form Description Course full form If you receive a 'class full' error, you are encouraged to select another class to enrol into. Alternatively, you can contact the Arts office. Timetable clash resolution If you have a timetable clash, contact Ask Adelaide. Unit overload request For students who wish to enrol in more than 15 units per semester. A minimum GPA of 5.5 is required to be considered for approval.
Enrolment forms Dropping a course Information on how you can drop a course. Course-add late To add a course after the last day to add online, but before the census date. The form needs to be signed by the relevant Course Coordinator. For students requiring a variation to their current enrolment past the census date, due to special circumstances. Non-Award study - amend enrolment If you are currently enrolled as a Non-Award student and need to add or drop a course. Variation to program rules For students seeking approval to vary the rules of their program. Approval is only given in exceptional circumstances.
Other academic forms Academic task extension For assignment extensions. Appropriate supporting documentation must be included. Assessment Cover sheet For all assessments. Credit transfer
For students wanting to apply for credit for previous study.
Cross-institutional studies for Classic Majors students
The Faculty of Arts has organised a special arrangement with the University of New England for Classics major students.
Students enrolled at the University of Adelaide may apply to study courses offered by other universities cross-institutionally. Students enrolled at other universities may apply to study courses offered by the Faculty of Arts cross-institutionally. Discontinuation of studies Internal transfer You may change your mind on your career path during your studies. To undertake an internal transfer, lodge an application. Leave of absence
Once you have started your studies you may find that you need a break. Taking a formal leave of absence and deferring your studies allows you to suspend your studies for six months to a year, while still remaining admitted to your degree. Please note that not all degrees will allow a leave of absence.
Letter request Verify your enrolment details, study load, completion details, conferral and holiday dates. Request a degree check Use the degree check feature to ensure you have completed the correct courses or find out your eligibility for completion. Replacement examination Modified Arrangements may be provided to a student in the event that their capacity to demonstrate their true level of competence in an assignment or examination was, is or will be significantly impaired as a result of medical, compassionate or extenuating circumstances. Schools may offer students another alternative form of assessment, instead of an exam.
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Drop into the Arts office, or make an appointment with the Student Support team.