Equitable assessment arrangements (EAA) are available to eligible students living with a disability, a medical condition, or carer responsibilities.
EAAs are not a reduction in the academic standard being assessed. You must still meet all requirements of the course and unit.
You must first register with AccessAbility Services prior to applying for an EEA.
Applications must include supporting documentation from a health practitioner (e.g. doctor, psychologist or social worker) who is treating your condition and registered with a recognised professional body.
Applications for EAAs may be made at any time but must be at least four weeks before the first assessment task covered by your application, to allow time for your arrangements to be put in place.
You’ll find out if you’ve been granted an EAA via your Swinburne student email account.
Check your Swinburne email regularly or redirect it to an email you check frequently. You’ll need to respond promptly to requests for action or information supporting your application.
Possible outcomes include: