You can add or withdraw units, majors or programs after completing your enrolment.
You will, however, be charged for units you are enrolled in at the census date. Therefore, it is your responsibility to ensure that your enrolment is correct. Failure to adhere to our formal deadlines will result in financial and academic liability.
The most common changes can be easily managed by students enrolled in award courses through studentConnect.
Log on to studentConnect and select the online enrolment link. You can add or withdraw from units and unit sets (majors or programs) up to the end of the third week of semester.
Print and keep your enrolment receipt as your formal record of your change.Back to top
If you are not on campus, you can post or fax a written letter requesting the changes to Student Administration. Ensure that you state your full name, unit title / code and student ID. You must provide us with explicit instructions and sign and date the letter.Back to top
In exceptional circumstances, and only with the formal approval of your faculty, you may be permitted to add a unit after the closing date. You must:
Units added late (with faculty approval) after the census date cannot be Commonwealth-supported. You will be charged the full tuition fee for these units and you will not be eligible for HECS-HELP to fund the payment of the units.
You will not be eligible for FEE-HELP to fund the payment of units added after the census date (with faculty approval).
International students studying at both onshore and offshore campuses must meet the same deadlines and get the same approvals as domestic students. You must check with the International Centre or your offshore provider to work out whether there are any fee implications before adding any late units with faculty approval.
We recommend that all students regularly check their enrolment using studentConnect.Back to top