Study Support & Alternative Arrangements
It is expected that those registered with the EAPP are clear, pre-emptive, responsible and respectful when asking for an flexibilities which would be considered to be special considerations.
Course Coordinators are responsible for providing students with 'reasonable adjustments', which can include extensions of time to complete an assessment task on the basis of your sporting or performance commitments. It is important to check your Course Outlines for details about extension procedures, as they can vary between courses.
- Applications for any extensions are made through the LearnOnline Course Website.
- The application should be made before the due date of the assignment/assessment.
- In your application note that you are an university-approved Elite Athlete or Performer and clearly state your reason/s for the request
- Provide supporting evidence for your request e.g. competition registration confirmation or a letter from your coach.
- Request an extension until a date which is realistic (e.g. you will have enough time to complete the assessment task) and reasonable (e.g. ideally within days rather than weeks).
Study Plans & Attendance Flexibility
Extensions can be helpful, but sometimes can contribute to a build-up of workload pressure.
If you will be away for long periods of time or have multiple upcoming competition or performance commitments it may be helpful to arrange a study plan with your Program Director to negotiate attendance alternatives and discuss how best to manage your study/training/competition schedules.
Deferring an Exam
As a Registered Elite Athlete and Performer you can apply for a secondary assessment (deferred and special consideration exam) if you have significant sporting or performance commitments at the time of your examination.
You will need to apply for the secondary assessment within five days of your exam or final assessment due date*. Please note that you are an university-approved Elite Athlete or Performer in your application and include the following supporting documentation:
- Evidence of your participation the competition or performance e.g. competition registration confirmation or a letter from your coach.
- A copy of your EAPP registration confirmation email.
*If the request has not submitted within five working days of the assessment, your online application should include a written statement explaining the reason for the delay in lodging the form.
Off campus exam arrangements
If you have been granted a secondary exam but your commitments require you to travel during the exam period, you can apply to sit your exam/s at an alternative location.
Relocations & Cross-institutional study
If your sporting or performance commitments require you to relocate you may be able to study subjects at another university and receive credit towards your degree. This is known as 'cross-institutional study'.
If you need any assistance or information regarding our flexible study options for those registered on the EAPP please contact us at askCampusCentral@unisa.edu.au
Areas of study and research
- UniSA Cancer Research Institute
and Social Sciences
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- Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
- Barbara Hardy Institute
- Australian Centre for Child Protection
- Asia Pacific Centre for Work Health and Safety
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- Centre for Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience
- Centre for Islamic Thought and Education
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- Digital Transformations Research Group
- Hawke EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
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IT, Engineering and
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