Certification of Grades refers to the date that final grades or interim results are released to students. On this date, a process occurs during which the final grades or interim results for each HE unit are released for that term.
The Certification of Grades date for each term can be found in the Key Dates calendar of the CQUni Handbook. For Term 2 2020, grades will be released on Friday, 6 November.
Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions about Certification of Grades…
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Starting university can be overwhelming at the best of times, not to mention in the middle of a global pandemic.
Although restrictions and social distancing requirements mean we can’t have our usual face-to-face Orientation events, we’re just as excited to deliver Orientation Our Way – a personalised online Orientation experience.
At the heart of the program is Orientation TV (OTV). In this blog, we’ve asked our events team to answer some of your burning questions about OTV and explain why it’s the best way to prepare for your first term.
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In Term 3, CQUni is delivering a personalised online Orientation experience, giving you more session options and the flexibility to learn about the topics that matter to you.
The interactive and personalised program will connect you with lecturers, support staff, alumni, and your fellow students – all from the comfort of home. Whether you’re a new or continuing student, there’s something for everyone with Orientation Our Way.
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The CQUni Aspire Student Leadership Conference is a highlight of the annual CQUni events calendar. With the shift to online as a result of COVID-19, this will be the first year the conference is run in a virtual format, making it more accessible and flexible than ever before!
To find out more about this year’s conference, we asked organiser and host Tanya Rutherford to explain how it will work and what to expect.
Continue reading Chart your own career path at the Student Leadership Conference
The future is you! You’re encouraged to complete the Term 2 Student Unit and Teaching Evaluations (SUTE) – previously known as unit evaluations – to help shape future decisions at CQUniversity.
To complete the survey, look for the red button in your online Moodle unit.
It’s a busy time, but submitting an evaluation is worth it. Here’s why…
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If you haven’t already heard, we are co-designing a new-look MyCQU Student Portal, with students just like you!
Cool, right? We think so, too.
Continue reading New-look MyCQU Student Portal – preparing you for success!
Getting involved in extra-curricular events and opportunities is an unforgettable part of the uni experience and is something we don’t want you to miss out on.
Although restrictions mean we can’t provide our usual on-campus events, we invite you to get involved with our many online activities, events and workshops.
Here’s a look at what’s coming up…
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CQUniversity is participating in the 2020 Student Experience Survey (SES). If you’re currently studying a degree, check your student email account to see if you’ve been selected as part of the sample.
We strongly encourage students to participate in this voluntary survey.
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CQUniversity is committed to providing a positive and rewarding student experience. Now, more than ever, we’re proud to be able to provide the services and support you’ve come to expect as a CQUni student. This is in part thanks to funding from the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).
If you’re wondering what the SSAF is, and how it’s benefiting you as you study online, let us explain in a little more detail – you might even be surprised by what’s available thanks to SSAF funds.
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Are you scheduled to complete your studies this term?
Conferral date is just around the corner. For a lucky group of students that means it’s time to start thinking about graduation. We know a number of ceremonies have been cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions, however we don’t want you to miss out on graduation.
Keep reading for more information about your ceremony options.
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