Attendance and Appeals against Withdrawals

We know that attendance at university is important, though we also know that situations occur that mean that your attendance reduces or stops altogether.

If you stop attending university, the university will try to contact you so that a conversation can happen as to why this is happening. If you still are not attending, you could potentially be withdrawn from the university.

Our advice to you is to speak with your personal tutor and your programme leader, as they will be able to support you. This could also mitigate the start of the attendance policy procedure. We would also suggest that you take a look at LJMU Student Advice & Wellbeing's page on the LJMU website for for further information and support.

If you are withdrawn from the university we can advise you on how to appeal the decision.