You can withdraw from your subjects online at any time. However, you must ensure you withdraw before the subject's Census Date. If you don't, you will be financially liable for that subject.
If you have withdrawn from a subject after the Census Date, due to special circumstances which were beyond your control, you may be able to apply for a subject fee refund/removal of your HELP debt.
It's easy to withdraw from a subject:
Log in to eStudent
Click on the My Study Plan tab
On the side menu select Study Plans to select your current degree
At the bottom of the page click on the tab Withdraw from Subjects
Select the checkbox for the subject you want to withdraw from and click Withdraw from Selected Subject/s button
You will be given the opportunity to confirm your withdrawal request
A withdrawal confirmation page will then be displayed listing the subjects that you have successfully been withdrawn from.
Every time you change your enrolment it's also a good idea to go back and confirm your enrolment – just in case. To do this, click on Current Enrolment. At the bottom of this page, you can request for your current enrolment to be emailed to your JCU email account.
Before withdrawing from your course, it's a good idea to consider the different options and resources available to you:
Fill in the online form to request to be withdrawn from your course.
If requested, you will be contacted to discuss your options.
If you are withdrawn from your course, you will lose access to your JCU Office 365 account within 30 days. Remember to transfer any personal files, including important emails in your @my.jcu account to a personal storage device.