MGA Advocacy: Results are out! What next?

What if your results are not what you expected? Stay calm and contact an MGA advocate.

First of all, please don’t panic! We all have our ups and downs and these things happen.

Students will be contacted by Monash University if their results trigger the Academic Progress (APC) process. Keep an eye on your Monash student email inbox over the break, and If you are notified, it is important to remember a few things:

  • Nothing will happen to you during the University shut-down period.
  • Monash is not trying to exclude students: they are trying to help students who are struggling academically.
  • An MGA advocate can guide you through this situation. They can help you complete the forms. They can come to the hearings with you.
  • MGA advocacy is a free and confidential service, so please get in touch! You don’t need to go through this alone.

If you trigger the APC process you will be asked to provide a response to an email from Monash University no later than Monday, 9 January 2023.  

Our advocates will be working limited hours prior to the MGA office reopening on Tuesday, 10 January. Please contact MGA advocacy.


MGA advocacy

This is a free service. The MGA is independent from the University and all matters discussed with an advocate are confidential.