Online learning is different to learning in a classroom, so its important you know the difference between all of the online platforms you will use throughout your studies. View Getting Started for everything you need to know about your online learning environment. We've also put together 10 Tips on how to succeed as an online student to help you get started!
Just because your studying online, doesn't mean you can't visit us on campus. Check where your closest campus is located and pop in to use the Library, register to attend workshops, arrange to meet with your classmates or teachers, ask your Success Coach for help with job interviews or finding placements, or just find a comfy space to study. We get excited when our online students visit!
If you haven't set up your Office 365 Student Email yet you might be missing out on some important updates and class announcements so make sure you set it up straight away!
It's also your login to be able to use the Student App, as well as being necessary for the Wi-Fi and printing services if you visit us on Campus.
You should have received an email with login instructions. If you haven't received your login details, please send a request for your Office 365 to Student Serviceswith your name and student ID number.
To enable us to produce a student ID card we require you to:
If you have any further queries, please contact the Student Services Team on 1300 575 803.
This video will take you on a guided tour of the Torrens University Australia online learning platform. You’ll hear from students and instructors, all narrated to help you imagine your online study experience.
We host Virtual Orientation sessions for our online students each trimester.
Virtual Orientation is an online interactive broadcast for you to learn about student support and expectations in a fun and face-paced environment. Join us to:
Check the Orientation page for information about the next Virtual Orientation.
Our expert teams are on hand to help you achieve success in your studies and beyond. Follow the links below and find out more on how you can book time with the team and how they can help:
Variable factors for unreliable connections:
Variable factors for unreliable connections:
Good to note, working from desktop and laptops is also an enhanced experience rather than accessing content and live sessions via a mobile phone.
Disclaimer: Take this as a guide only.
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Get access to:
To access the contents, please use the 'LinkedIn Learning' button in Blackboard.
A reliable, high-speed broadband internet connection, with sufficient upload and download capacity.
Contact your internet service provider if you have concerns about your data allowance or internet speed.
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Office software to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Office 365 is available as a free download as part of your student account.
There may also be software required for your specific course. Your Learning Facilitator will advise you of this when you start studying.
Check the Blackboard support page for help!
Did you know that online students are welcome to use any of our campuses? You can pop in to use the Library, register to attend workshops, arrange to meet with your classmates or teachers, ask your Success Coach for help with job interviews or finding placements, or just find a comfy space to study.
Some of our campuses are home to all courses, and others are specific to one faculty.
You can find more details on the campus pages.
Whatever course you’re enrolled in, you can contact us directly here:
You are also very welcome to visit Student Services at the campus that’s home to your course (see above).
NSW shines all year round with a blockbuster calendar of events.
Fresh fruit and vegetables, bakery and pantry items are available for attendees to choose for themselves. Market days are held in Wingfield. Discounted snack foods and other extras are available to be purchased from the dollar tables.
Our Free Food Market is scheduled as follows:
If you are unable to attend our Free Food Markets and require food assistance, We home deliver!
Please order a free food hamper via our online store, by clicking here:
Once a student arrives here, StudyAdelaide goes beyond the welcome and offers a year-long calendar of free and discounted events and activities that give students the opportunity to meet, make new friends and immerse themselves in different aspects of Australian culture.
Discover student stories, news and events from StudyAdelaide.
Did you know that PriceWaterhousesCooper (PwC) Australia is opening a Skilled Service Hub in Adelaide this July? It is going to create 300 new highly skilled jobs for graduates through to highly skilled professionals.
Don’t miss out! If your interests are in Cloud technology or Cybersecurity the Skilled Service Hub could be an amazing opportunity for you to start your career with a global company that encourages professional and personal development, lifelong learning, individuality and choices.
There is always something to see and do in Victoria, 365 days a year as Victoria hosts events, festivals, celebrations, concerts, performances, exhibitions, markets, shows and sports tournaments.
Study Melbourne is a Victorian Government initiative providing support and information to this community of international students, helping them have the best possible time while studying and living in Victoria.
An essential guide for student events in Melbourne and surrounding areas. Find out more.
Offers you experienced students who are in their second year and have been where you are now, to have one-on-one online conversations. Student Mentors can support you in your transition to University, learn strategies to find answers to your questions and build long-term friendships.
MentorConnect is available to all new students offshore and onshore in their first trimester.
Email the International Student Advisor for guidance on how to join today!
Did you know that your Student Representative Council has a Facebook Page?
Like their page to keep up to date with your SRC, upcoming event's and to get in touch with them to share your future event ideas.
Follow the SRC on Instagram. Our handle is @TorrensOnlineSRC.
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