Course attempt status explained

What is meant by my course attempt status?

Your course attempt status refers to your enrolment status in your course. Your course attempt will show one of the following:

INACTIVE

  • You are enrolled in this course, have completed all your current units (i.e. have received marks/grades for them) and EITHER the units in which you are enrolled have not yet started. (It is quite normal for your status to change from ENROLLED to INACTIVE during a semester break. For example, new students enrolling for the first time, your status will remain INACTIVE until classes commence. Your status will change back to ENROLLED when your next semester commences.)
  • Or you have not yet enrolled in any units for future teaching periods (semester);
  • Or, you have recently been made an offer of admission but have not yet enrolled in any units. Once you have enrolled in units, and the teaching period for those units has commenced, your status will automatically change to ENROLLED.

ENROLLED
You are enrolled in your course and either have one or more enrolled units OR are now eligible to enrol in units.

UNCONFIRM
You have not yet accepted your offer of admission to your course AND/OR you have not yet confirmed your enrolment in the course. You cannot enrol in units until you have confirmed your enrolment in your course.

INTERMIT
You are currently on an Approved Leave of absence (intermission) from your course.

DISCONTINUED
You have voluntarily withdrawn from this course OR The University of Western Australia has withdrawn you due to lapsed enrolment or academic progression outcomes OR The University of Western Australia has discontinued the course (i.e. no longer offering the course).

COMPLETED
You have satisfied all completion requirements for your course.

It is your responsibility to ensure your enrolment is correct.

To view and print your Confirmation of Enrolment click on "Confirmation" then click on the "Print your Confirmation as a PDF" button.

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