6. Help and advice

All students can talk to staff in the Student Centre about their options and the withdrawing process.

Staff at Student Help On Campus can also help you with any applications to withdraw without academic penalty or without financial liability.

If you've been experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, or other problems, Student Services offers confidential and free online counselling or face-to-face counselling for students.

Other sources of help and advice include:

Domestic undergraduate students

If you're in your first semester, email Admissions for advice before withdrawing from a course or program: admissions@enquire.uq.edu.au.

Domestic postgraduate coursework students

Who you should contact depends on how you applied for the program:

I applied online to UQ
Contact your school or faculty for advice about withdrawing from a course or program.

I applied through QTAC
Email Admissions for advice before withdrawing from a course or program: admissions@enquire.uq.edu.au.

International students

You must seek advice from your faculty before dropping a course or withdrawing from your program.

Research Higher Degree students

You do not need your supervisors' permission to withdraw, but we encourage you to discuss your options with your advisory team.

RHD students can withdraw online.

Withdrawing won’t stop you applying for re-admission at a future date.