Informatics Personal Tutor Guide

Informatics Personal Tutor Guide

A quick guide to Personal Tutor information for Informatics staff


Students can voluntarily withdraw from studies by completing a Word document form, which they can complete in hard copy or electronically from the student’s University email account. Either the student or their Personal Tutor can send this to the Student Support Team, who will process the withdrawal on EUCLID, add the withdrawal to their records and ensure that they are withdrawn from all courses.

Once a student withdraws from studies, they are usually contacted by Information Services to say that they have 30 more days of using the University’s computing services.

There can also be fee implications, depending on the time a student withdraws from studies. This is usually within Week 2 of each semester, with all fees waived in Semester 1 and 40% of fees waived in Semester 2. Withdrawals should be processed in a timely manner to ensure that these deadlines are not missed (link below with further information).

If a student does not attend or engage in their studies to the extent as to where they should be formally excluded, which should be done via the Student Support Team, who will contact College as required.


Helpful links:

Informatics Personal Tutor Withdrawal and Exclusions

Withdrawal and Exclusion from Studies Procedure


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