Student Progress Review
The Student Progress Review enables you to review your progress on your programme of study and provides a framework to assist you in achieving your academic goals. You can view the Student Progress Reviews Policy and Procedure for reference.
Although it is often arranged by your Personal Tutor, you can request an appointment especially when you know things may be affecting your studies, or may do in the future.
The Progress Review appointment is a discussion between you and a tutor regarding aspects that may be affecting your ability to progress or achieve in your studies (eg: health concerns, something happening in your personal life or related to your academic or practice skills).
It's a positive and structured process that offers support in your studies when you need it most. The Students’ Union can offer information, advice and guidance about Student Progress Reviews or any concerns you may have that could impact on your studies.
Disability/spld reasonable adjustments. If you have a declared disability or specific learning difficulty do let us know so we can make reasonable adjustments to assist you through this procedure. Examples include, but are not limited to you having:
- A note taker available to you if we meet to talk through your complaint
- Additional time during the procedure for you to be able to consider information offered to you.
You are welcome to advise us of what you believe an appropriate reasonable adjustment to be.
Fitness to Practise Policy explains that the University has a duty to ensure public protection and that students are fit to practise during and up to the point of registration / recording of qualification or academic credits. The Policy applies to students enrolled on professional programmes requiring placements leading to employability in community, health and social care are governed by professional, statutory and regulatory bodies. Students are advised to read the Fitness to Practise Policy alongside the Student Progress Review policy.
The Students’ Union Student Support Team can offer you independent and confidential advice and guidance about a range of topics: Students' Union Student Support Team
The University of Cumbria collects and uses personal information about students in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, which replaced the Data Protection Act in May 2018. Please read the Privacy Notice (GDPR Student Procedures) carefully and contact us if you have any queries.
Useful websites and contact information:
Comments and feedback about Student Progress Reviews can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or the Students’ Union.