To help you get started on the right foot, check out some key information about the following areas:
To get up to speed quickly, you can also watch our Virtual Orientation now available on demand.
Subject selection is what we call enrolment or registering for your classes. Watch our instructional video to learn more about selecting your subjects.
For full instructions on using your Student Portal, click here.
Make sure you’re ticking off these essential things to set yourself up for success in your studies with us:
Here's a quick summary of a few platforms you'll be using frequently through your studies with us.
Make sure to bookmark these pages!
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.
We are here to help you achieve success in your studies so be sure to take advantage of the expert support services available to you:
Each campus has their own dedicated page where you’ll find all the details on IT, campus events, the Student representative council and much more. Make sure you bookmark these pages:
Many subjects require you to purchase tools and materials that help you to complete assignments and coursework.
Check your course page for more information.
Universities often use terms and words that you might not be familiar with.
We have alphabetically listed some of the most common words you'll hear and read at Uni. Our glossary will help you understand what they mean.
Our comprehensive New Student Community will help you further understand your online learning environment.
It is open to all new students, but is especially useful for those who study remotely. You'll learn about:
And you'll meet lots of other students in the online forum who are studying with you.
Full-time, domestic students studying on campus should be eligible for discounted fares on public transport.
Get in touch with Student Services to apply for a student travel concession card.
Public transport concessions are not usually available to:
Please check with your campus to see if you can apply.
Find more details about transport concessions on your local public transport site.