Engaging with your course means participating fully to help you to improve your skills, pass assignments the first time, and to achieve. Students who don’t engage are at risk of failing their course or being withdrawn for Lack of Engagement.
Good attendance is a crucial part of engagement, but we understand that sometimes you may absolutely have to miss a scheduled activity. For more information see Attendance and Absence – it is important that you follow these steps or you may be referred under the Lack of Engagement process.
If you are experiencing difficulties that may be affecting engagement with your course please make an appointment with a Progression Adviser to discuss relevant support and options available to you.
*Research comparing performance among students of different levels of attendance has shown the above benefits and, conversely, a lack of engagement has been shown to pose serious risks to students’ performance.