To support student success, Swinburne University provides reasonable adjustments to assessment and exam arrangements.
The following table explains the types of adjustment available and who should apply.
|If you have:||Type of adjustment arrangement you can apply for:|
|A disability or long-term medical or mental health condition||Equitable assessment arrangement (EAA)|
|Primary carer responsibility for a family member with a disability or long-term medical or mental health condition||Equitable assessment arrangement (EAA)|
|An unavoidable cultural or religious commitment that falls on the day of a scheduled exam||Alternate assessment arrangement (AAA)|
|National or specialist commitments such as elite national-level sports or the defence reserve||Alternate assessment arrangement (AAA)|
|An illness or other unavoidable exceptional circumstance that affects your preparation for an in-semester assessment task||Extension of time for submission of assessable work (for applications made in advance for an extension of up to 7 days)|
|Unexpected short-term physical or mental ill-health, such as:
|Other unexpected circumstances outside your control, such as: