Results to be released by 17 July

Results for Semester 1 will be released by 17 July, and for Winter Semester by 26 July. Your subject results will be published on StudentOnLine. If you believe your results are incorrect, you may request a review of your marks in writing. Requests must be made within 10 working days of results publication. In some…

IMPORTANT: release of results

Results for Semester 1 were released on 13 July 2016. Your subject results will be sent to your student email address and also published at StudentOnLine. If you fail one or more subjects, it is important to be aware of the University’s Academic Progress Monitoring and Intervention procedures. For access to the policy visit latrobe.edu.au/policy/all-policies.…

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IMPORTANT: Release of results

All results for Semester 1 were released on 15 July 2015. Your subject results will be sent to your student email address and also published on StudentOnLine. If you fail one or more subjects, it is important to be aware of the University’s Academic Progress Monitoring and Intervention procedure. Visit La Trobe’s policy website to…

Important: academic progress

Results for Semester 2 will be released on 10 December 2014. Your subject results will be sent to your student email address and also published on StudentOnLine. If you fail one or more subjects, it is important to be aware of the University’s Academic Progress Monitoring and Intervention procedure. For access to the policy visit…

IMPORTANT: Academic Progress

Results for Semester 2 will be released on 18 December 2013. Your subject results will be sent to your student email address and also published on StudentOnLine. If you fail one or more subjects, it is important to be aware of the University’s Academic Progress Monitoring and Intervention procedures. For access to the policy visit…