What is an intervention? How do I know if I need to go on an intervention? What should I do?

An intervention is a formal academic plan for students who have been identified as not currently meeting their student visa academic requirements. The requirements are that students must pass more than 50% of their enrolled subjects for each semester.

Students who are identified as at risk of not meeting their visa requirements will be contacted and asked to meet with a Student Advisor from the International Services Unit and their Pastoral Care Support Officer to discuss the support available to them as a student of CIT, and to put in place a plan for the semester to assist the student with achieving their academic requirements.

Students will meet regularly with the Student Advisor and Pastoral Care Officer throughout the semester and their progress and attendance will be monitored continuously.