AMS Programme

The University has a special system to monitor and support the academic progress of all students. This is called The Academic Monitoring and Support Programme (AMS). The Dean of Teaching and Learning has oversight of this programme in the College of Humanities. 

All first-year students are considered to be green up until their first exams. Thereafter, at the beginning of each semester, you will receive a code with a corresponding colour to help you track your performance. This code is based on your performance in the exams, as well as the University progression rules. Here is a description of each colour and code:

Performance Codes

Blue

Outstanding Academic Performance Always strive to be here

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Green

Good Academic Standing This means that you are doing well in meeting the minimum progression criteria – an acceptable place to be.

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Orange

At Risk This is a warning. You need to go back to ‘green’. See your AMS co-ordinator

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Red

Underperforming NO! NO! NO! Not a good place to be in. See your AMS Co-ordinator immediately!

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Mentorship and Academic Monitoring & Support Team

They are there to monitor and support your academic performance through a variety of programmes using a holistic approach.

Who are they and where to find them?

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Mr Makhosi Nathi Phetha

Makhosi Nathi Phetha

Howard College Campus

Memorial Tower Building (MTB)
Ground Floor, Room ZG138

Nomzamo Nxumalo

Pietermaritzburg Campus

House 6, Milner Road
(next to Student Support Services)

Mr Victor Nnadozie

Victor Nnadozie

Edgewood Campus

Main Tutorial Block
Room CU132

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